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No more lugging that heavy laptop!

The world has gone mobile. You need powerful tools everywhere you go, and you want them to be truly portable. Discover the best solution in Putting Your iPad to Work: Tips to Boost Business Productivity on the Go.

This Executive Summary helps you configure and use the iPad to do almost anything your laptop can do – and some things it can't. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.

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Dear Colleague:

Great news! The iPad is all grown up and ready for work.

Remember when the iPad first came out in 2010? Back then, many people said it was just a big iPod or smartphone – good for watching movies and playing games, and for checking email and surfing the web from the comfort of your couch. And that was about all.

Not anymore. The iPad has become your portable business partner …

… but only if you know how to put it through its paces. That’s what you’ll learn in Putting Your iPad to Work: Tips to Boost Business Productivity on the Go. This Executive Summary is packed with specific, easy-to-implement techniques that will make your iPad so powerful, you’ll wonder if you still need a laptop – and maybe you won’t!

In 26 concise pages, with clear text and 27 illuminating graphics, Putting Your iPad to Work shows you how to:
  • Sync documents between your iPad and your office computer. So you always have the files you need.
  • Manage your email and appointments more efficiently. With time-saving tips for navigating the iPad’s native apps.
  • Do less tapping. Discover typing and text-entry shortcuts that make your iPad even easier to use.
  • Work with Microsoft® Office files. Recommended apps help you extend your iPad’s abilities.
  • Maximize your iPad’s capabilities in any mode, anywhere. Is your iPad offline? It can still be a hard worker. Learn how.
Millions of people own an iPad, but only a small fraction have unlocked its full capabilities. Get your hands on this Executive Summary, follow its easy advice and you’ll be among the empowered few.
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Meet the expert behind this Executive Summary: Jennifer Spencer. She’ll help you become your iPad’s personal trainer.

Once again, Business Management Daily has found a top expert to create an Executive Summary for you.

Jennifer Spencer is a communications professional and trainer who helps businesspeople get more out of technology. She has taught hundreds of business tech classes. No one is better qualified to show you how to boost real-world productivity with your iPad.

Discover the secrets of …

Mail, Contacts, Calendars & Tasks. These “Outlook functions” are a breeze on the iPad, and Spencer helps you unlock time-saving features unique to this device. You’ll discover:
  • The power of the “touch and hold” gesture. It lets you schedule an appointment easily, even when a contact emails you without sending a formal calendar request. This trick also works for adding phone numbers and addresses. Quickly access draft emails, too.
  • How the iPad helps you remember important tasks – and ignore the rest. Spencer shows you how to fine-tune the Notification Center, from “clearing the deck” to instantly checking the weather to telling your iPad “do not disturb.”
  • How to make Siri a better listener. You know Siri, right? She’s the iPad voice interface. Learn the syntax that makes Siri accurately obey commands.
Getting Work Done: Viewing, Storing & Editing Microsoft Office Files. With a little preparation and the right apps, you can make your iPad a replacement for your laptop, at least while you’re on the go. Learn all about:
  • The cloud and how to use it. Can you dependably, safely store files in “the giant hard drive in the sky” and access them from anywhere? Yes. Spencer gives you four key questions to ask when choosing a cloud storage service, plus five services to check out.
  • Putting Your iPad to WorkViewing and storing files. The iPad doesn’t have a “My Documents” folder, so how do you store files and find them later? It’s all in the apps. You’ll have two good file managers to choose from. Hint: Watch for “exploding arrows” and put them to work.
  • Editing files. Of all the iPad advances, this is one of the greatest. You won’t have Microsoft Office, but don’t worry: The iWork software suite lets you do word processing, crunch numbers in spreadsheets and create presentations. Spencer also gives you several more offline and online solutions to choose from, with plenty of graphics to better inform your decision.
  • Remote desktop connections. For the times when you need the power of your full computer, iPad puts you in control from anywhere. You’ll find five suggestions for apps.
Projecting & Presentations. Want to make a killer presentation and show off your new iPad skills? Learn how to connect with an Apple TV wirelessly, or with a standard VGA projector or HDMI screen. Want to show a PowerPoint, complete with animations? Yes, there’s an app for that.
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There’s even more productivity-boosting knowledge in Putting Your iPad to Work. You’ll feel like you’ve hired a personal assistant!

How much work can your iPad do for you? You’ll be amazed – and equally amazed at how Jennifer Spencer packs so much advice in the 26 pages of Putting Your iPad to Work. You’ll get up to speed on …

Taking & Syncing Notes. How many times have you been on the road and forgotten to bring along a notebook you need? Never again. You can move your notes into digital space and sync them with all your devices. But all apps are not created equal. The report helps you choose from:
  • iOS 7 Notes. This native app on your iPad can do some things well (substitute for Post-it® notes) but cannot do others. You need to know which.
  • Evernote. Do you need the free or premium version of this app? Can you attach audio clips and images – for example, a photo of the diagram on your conference room whiteboard? How do you annotate photos? Better get the report.
  • OneNote. This “digital three-ring binder” is a powerful tool on your PC. Microsoft has not released an app for Mac computers, but there is a solution for the iPad. Also learn how a SkyDrive cloud storage account helps you sync everything.
  • Handwriting apps. Choose from three solutions, some of which let you combine text, pictures and handwriting, so you can mark up documents and create diagrams right on your iPad. There’s even a recommendation for what kind of stylus to use.
Maximizing Free Media Content. Before you spend money on pricey magazine and newspaper subscriptions for your iPad, check out the wealth of free content that’s available. Optimize your online reading experience, too. The report helps you:
  • Browse better with Safari. Learn how to focus on text only (so you can ignore the ads) and create one-touch shortcuts for the websites you visit most often.
  • Save web articles for offline viewing. More “exploding arrows” help you with this task. Also learn how to use Reading List to create temporary bookmarks. Or choose from three third-party apps that add more capabilities.
  • News aggregation apps. Even publications that require paid access to their websites send out many free articles via social media. The report suggests three apps, all excellent, which display articles in stunning resolution on your iPad.
Are you getting the picture? The iPad hasn’t just grown up in its few years of existence. It has fully matured into a business tool with nearly all the power of your laptop, plus the added virtue of easy portability.

The world is mobile, and so are you. Shouldn’t you have the best mobile technology – and know how to get the most out of it?
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Want even more value from Putting Your iPad to Work: Tips to Boost Business Productivity on the Go? You’ve got it! Along with my 100% money-back guarantee.

We challenged Jennifer Spencer to max out the value in this Executive Summary. So she wraps it all up with extra power tips, including:
  • Putting Your iPad to WorkText-expander shortcuts that save keystrokes
  • A special app for finding free apps
  • The quick trick for taking a screenshot
  • “Secret weapons” for changing settings, to make your iPad experience exactly as you like it
I’m no technical geek, but I found this Executive Summary easy to follow and rich with content I could use right away. The report is written in plain English, and dozens of graphics make the information even clearer.

Here’s my promise: Putting Your iPad to Work will make you more effective in today’s mobile world, where you must be productive wherever you are. In fact, it will give you a competitive edge.

If you don’t agree? You have my unconditional guarantee. Send back the report and I’ll refund every penny of your money. No argument. No questions. No hassle whatsoever.

Besides, it’s not like you’re risking much money. When you click the order button, you’ll be surprised to discover how inexpensive this Executive Summary is. Especially when you consider how it will boost your productivity every day for years to come.

Order the report now. You have nothing to lose – except your aching shoulder from carrying that laptop!


Regards,

Phillip Ash

Philip A. Ash
Publisher
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P.S. Don’t get me wrong: I still love my laptop. And for a long time, a laptop was the very idea of portability.

But times and technology change. The iPad is state-of-the-art in today’s mobile world. Can any of us afford to fall behind?

Two words to the wise: Order now.


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