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CHAPTER 1: Getting Started
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Figure 1 19. Setting the brightness of your iPad
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TIP: Setting the brightness lower will help you save battery life. A little less than 1/2 way across seems to work fine.
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CHAPTER 1: Getting Started
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Typing Tips, Copy/Paste & Search
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In this chapter, we show you some good ways to type and save valuable time typing on your iPad, whether you use the portrait (vertical/smaller) keyboard or the landscape (horizontal/larger) keyboard. You will learn how to select different language keyboards, how to type symbols, and other tips. We will also show you some tips and tricks when working with various external keyboard accessories for your iPad. Later in this chapter, we will show you about the spotlight search and the Copy and Paste function. Copy and Paste will save you lots of time as well as increase accuracy when working with your iPad.
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Typing on Your iPad
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You will quickly find two on-screen keyboards on your iPad: the smaller one visible when you hold your iPad in a vertical orientation, and the larger landscape keyboard when you hold the iPad in a horizontal orientation. The nice thing is that you can choose whichever keyboard works best for you. And if you prefer a physical keyboard, we show you the ins-and-outs of a couple of nice accessory keyboards as shown in Figure 2 1.
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CHAPTER 2: Typing Tips, Copy/Paste & Search
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Figure 2 1. Two optional keyboard accessories: The iPad Keyboard Dock and the Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard
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Typing on the Screen with the Portrait Keyboard
You will find when you first start out with your iPad that you can most easily type with one finger usually your index finger while holding the iPad with the other hand. After a little while, you should be able to experiment with thumb typing (like you see so many people doing with their iPhone or BlackBerry smartphones). Once you practice a little, typing with two thumbs instead of a single finger will really boost your speed. Just be patient, it does take practice to become proficient typing quickly with your two thumbs. You will actually notice after a while that the keyboard touch sensitivity assumes you are typing with two thumbs. What this means is that the letters on the left side of your keyboard are meant to be pressed on their left side, and the keys on the right are meant to be touched/pressed on their right side (Figure 2 2).
CHAPTER 2: Typing Tips, Copy/Paste & Search
Figure 2 2. Typing with two thumbs while holding the iPad vertically.
TIP: If you have larger hands and find typing on the smaller vertical keyboard challenging, then flip your iPad on its side to get the larger, landscape keyboard (see Figure 2 3).
Typing on the Screen with the Larger Landscape Keyboard
Simply turn the iPad sideways in almost any App and the keyboard will change to a larger, landscape keyboard to make it easier to type (see Figure 2 3). 1. Lay the iPad on a flat surface. It usually helps if you either have the iPad in a case (see 1, Getting Started, to learn about various cases), or sitting on a soft surface so it does not rock while you are typing. Type with two hands like you would on a normal computer keyboard. With some practice, you can almost type as fast on this larger keyboard as you do on a regular physical keyboard.
TIP: Try recycling an old mouse pad to use as a rest for your iPad while you type.
CHAPTER 2: Typing Tips, Copy/Paste & Search
Figure 2 3. Typing with two hands while letting the iPad rest on a flat surface.
TIP: For the frequent traveler, using the virtual keyboards on your iPad are perfect space savers in those cramped airline seats compared to any laptop computer!
Typing with External Keyboards (Purchase as Separate Accessories)
If you need to do a lot of typing or are simply uncomfortable with the typing on glass feel of the virtual keyboards, you can buy external keyboards that work with the iPad. We have tested two from Apple, Inc., but we are sure there are more keyboard dock and Bluetooth options available. Check out the iPad/iPhone/iPod blogs or online stores to find keyboards and other accessories. You can also do a quick web search for iPad external keyboard to find options. TIP: If you plan to do a lot of typing on your iPad, investing some money in one of these external keyboards can be worth its weight in gold! In our testing, we preferred the Apple iPad Keyboard Dock because it held the iPad at a very nice angle for typing.
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