1. whmurray's Avatar
    Except almost every reviewer out there has presented the ipad as a netbook replacement. I said it's a non starter because I don't think Steve Jobs ever intended to provide printing support.
    This will not be the first time that Steve has had to bend reviewers' heads. That is what he does. Will not be the last Their heads are not as flexible as when they were young so sometimes it is painful.
    04-12-2010 01:12 PM
  2. Adan Daroski's Avatar
    Printing on the iPad from any iWork for iPad app using Fax Print & Share Pro by Ndili Technologies, Inc. In this demo we show how easy it is to print documents created on your iPad using Pages. The printing app used here is Fax Print & Share Pro for iPad, but it will also work with MobileToolz Pro for iPad and Documentz Pro for iPad.



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    04-20-2010 05:10 AM
  3. jasonact's Avatar
    Question about document handling on the iPad:

    I know that the iPad uses a document repository for apps to store and access documents on the device. Does anyone know if there is a single repository that all apps can access? Or is each app limited to its own repository? In other words, if I created and saved a document using Pages for iPad and then exported that document to the repository, could another app (such as a printing app) access that same document without connecting to a computer? It seems that in that case, a decent printing app could almost completely fill the printing void until Apple chooses to do so.
    04-21-2010 05:20 PM
  4. forgot's Avatar
    I don't own any of the iWork apps, but my understanding of the 3.2 OS is that you can do exactly that. New applications written to work on the 3.2 OS can take advantage of the ability to "share" files. For example, if you have one of the new printing, PDF, or file storing apps, and you receive an email with an attachment, you can press and hold on the file to choose which app to open the file with.

    Have any of you with the iWork apps tried this?
    04-23-2010 05:36 PM
  5. rijc99's Avatar
    Does not work in pages. After using pages for a while now I feel it is very feature poor. My biggest complaint is that when the ipad is turned into landscape mode your toolbars simply disappear. I'm finding myself having to turn back and forth between portrait and landscape mode just to work with it.

    Given the current feature set of pages, it should have been a free program included with the ipad.

    My stowaway Bluetooth keyboard works great with it though.
    04-24-2010 06:44 PM
  6. BriDroid's Avatar
    I've got a Stowaway BT keyboard in a drawer somewhere and was wondering how it would work with an iPad. I'm looking forward to trying it out.
    04-26-2010 11:31 AM
  7. rijc99's Avatar
    The 4 arrow keys make working with documents so much easier.
    04-26-2010 11:35 AM
  8. whmurray's Avatar
    Question about document handling on the iPad:

    I know that the iPad uses a document repository for apps to store and access documents on the device. Does anyone know if there is a single repository that all apps can access? Or is each app limited to its own repository? In other words, if I created and saved a document using Pages for iPad and then exported that document to the repository, could another app (such as a printing app) access that same document without connecting to a computer? It seems that in that case, a decent printing app could almost completely fill the printing void until Apple chooses to do so.
    Access to the document is only one part of the problem. The biggest part of the problem is support for all of the dumb printers in the world. They can give away printers because the computer has all the smarts and does all the work.
    04-27-2010 11:55 AM
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