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  1. #1
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    Apr 2010

    Edit PDF on IPAD

    Hello, does anyone know if the e-book mode IPAD we can take notes with a pen (to correct a draft document), and how can I transfer pdf files to read on? I have tried many things but I am not getting the proper results. So I thought that you guys must be aware of an applications that can help me.!! I want to know that what all iWork application supports the format. Please provide me with the detailed information as I am not having sufficient knowledge about it.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2008

    Re: Edit PDF on IPAD

    You can use the Dropbox. Dropbox, the service storage and file synchronization is now available on the iPad. You can access your account, share your files and perform certain tasks from your iPad. The features of Dropbox for iPad are almost identical to that of the iPhone. Not only can you share files with your colleagues, but you also have the ability to view Office files, iWork and PDF from Dropbox for the iPad. Same thing with regard to audio and video files.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Nov 2008

    Re: Edit PDF on IPAD

    The following are the useful steps for editing PDF on IPAD :
    1. Get a PDF file to convert.
    2. Download and install Caliber . The application is available for Windows, Mac and Linux and has a "slightly different interface for each operating system, but quite similar.
    3. Once installed, open the program. The first time you run Caliber, it will launch a quick installation. The first thing you need to do is specify in your folder "ebooks" where files will be saved.
    4. Select the folder to save the eBook.
    5. Return to the home screen and click "Continue".
    6. List of manufacturers and select Apple iPhone / iTouch + private list of devices. Click Continue.
    7. You can click Continue safely.
    8. Click Add Books in the upper left corner.
    9. Select the PDF file you want to convert epub. Click Open.
    10. Click on the arrow next to Edit and select news media download metadata and blankets.
    11. Calibre now request additional information on our PDF files.
    12. The meta-data and additional coverage of a book appears in the lower pane of the window size.
    13. Now we are ready to convert to PDF. Select the file and click on the arrow next Conver eBooks and select Convert individually.
    14. Click the OK button.
    15. Now you can synchronize the iPad. Take epub and drag the iTunes icon in the Dock, or click on File> add to the library and get the book in your computer. As you can see on your screen epub will be transferred to the library and there will be that synchronization.
    16. Once synchronized, open the iBook and find the cover on the window sill, with the book ready to be opened!!!

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Jan 2006

    Re: Edit PDF on IPAD

    If you own iWork for the iPad, Dropbox will offer you the possibility to edit files directly in Office and iWork Pages, Keynote and Numbers for iPad. Ditto regarding the PDF files can be opened on GoodReader. For now, it is impossible to synchronize the files you have modified your iPad to your Dropbox account. Same principle for text, presentations and spreadsheets that you create on your iPad. Despite these limitations, Dropbox for iPad is really interesting. Only being able to access their storage and share files with colleagues is extremely useful. If you use Dropbox and that you have an iPad, this application is a must.
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  5. #5
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    Jan 2009

    Re: Edit PDF on IPAD

    PDF files can upload a document to the caller, without losing the layout. The advantage is enormous and has the format of Adobe impose standard. However, if the creation of PDFs from documents is becoming easier, we sometimes would like to edit PDF files without having to buy the tool (rather expensive) proposed in his suite Adobe creative. Hopefully, Most Of You Already Know this, purpose Mac OS X has been "Able to convert" any file "any program" from a PDF Into Since version 1.0. It isn't Entirely Obvious Until you've done it a couple of times. There isn't Save As PDF command in the menubar, goal that's the feature is in because the Print dialog. To make a PDF, go to File> Print. Click the PDF button at the bottom-left to launch a pop-up menu and select Save As PDF.

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