Is there any iPad application that will allow me to hand write on a Word doc?
Because of my job I'm carrying paper Word docs all over. I need to make hand notes on them such a scratch them, circle somethings or add a note. I need to do it by hand, no typing. IIf I could do that on the iPad, I would definitely go for one and STOP killing trees.
Does anyone know where one goes to make suggestions for improvements with the iPad? For example I have Pages with some of my templates but I am unable to print from the iPad after I write a document. Since it is wireless I should be able to print from my home network but there is no print feature. I can print from some documents using a third party app but I need to convert the Pages document to a pdf file, email it to my self and then go through a couple of other hurdles before I can print. That should be a pretty easy fix.
I need to dictate or write notes to text, then transfer from iPad to Mac word. Is there an app or combination to accomplish this? I am still writing field notes on a steno pad and then retyping into word docs.
I have an iPad2 running the latest version of iOS. I can view Word documents that arrive in my email but I would like to save them to my iPad in a more permanent and easily accessible manner. Obviously the iPad doesn't have a visible file system and saves documents to the appropriate app instead. Alas I cannot seem to find a way to save a Word document to my iPad. I definitely do not want to edit the document so I do not need Pages. I'm left wondering how other users store Word documents on their iPad and if there is a built-in app that allows general storage of files in recognised formats. Just to be clear I would like to confirm that the Word documents are not arriving in .odt format and thus they can be viewed in email
I'm looking for some advice regarding the iPad and Office 2HD. It's for a friend who is working offshore, so is unable to get online. He has been working on a word document using Office 2HD on the iPad for the last 7 days. He's been saving his work at the end of each day, then opening it the following day to continue writing.
He opened the file today, wrote a few pages, and then saved it as normal. He then fell asleep with the iPad in hand and with the file still open, and woke up to a blank page. He pressed undo several times but nothing happened. He powered off the iPad and turned it back on, opened the file but it was still a blank page. He's checked to see if it has saved anywhere else under any other name, but it hasn't. Is there any possibility of recovering the lost work? Just to be clear, the file itself is still there, but it is now just a blank word document.
I am trying to upload my Cv.doc ( word document) on a website in which a job is posted, there is an inactive option" choose file" to browse my CV from my iPad, but as I said the option is inactive, and I found no other way to upload my Cv!
I just received my iPad 3 today. I've never used the Apple format before. All of my recipes are in Microsoft Word all neatly organized, there are many.. I bought the iPad to use it in the kitchen and for the life of me I can't seem to figure out how to transfer my Word files to my iPad and put them in a document folder.
I send it by mail and trying to open it with Pages (it can open word documents, right?)well, the point is that Pages can't open it It's giving me a message that says " an error has ocurred" and other "can't open this type of document"
Does anyone know if you will be able to download files on the iPad?ie will I be able to go to a website and download a .pdf or word document to read later on?Just wondered as you cannot do this on the iPhone.
Last night at an Apple store, I tested out one of the iPad on display. While I was using the YouTube app, I clicked on the search box at the upper right corner. To my surprise, instead of a keyboard a write box popped up at the bottom. So with my index finger I wrote a Chinese character and it successfully recgonized what I was trying to write. It then went on with the search and I found the youtube videos I want. This feature sold me the iPad on the spot.After I came home I tried to set my iPad up with this feature (the write box) but I cannot find it anywhere in settings.
I'm thinking about getting an iPad, but i already have a MacBookPro.2 thins: What does the iPad have to offer that is more beneficial?I write alot, is there an application that allows me to simply write and write something like Microsoft word that isnt notepad? or whatever it is called
I cannot find a document that I had accidentally moved using the "Document" application. Anyone has any suggestion on how to find the file? I am unable to access the folder structure in iPAD? I am new to Apple, is this how it works in iPad? is there an app to access the folder structure?