iPad: The Missing Manual

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Page xvii

Remove the breakhead "About MissingManuals.com".

Anonymous  Jul 01, 2010  Jul 01, 2010
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Page xvii
About MissingManuals.com

Change "About the Missing CD" to "About MissingManuals.com" Change the first sentence (of the fourth paragraph) to read: While you're online, you can register this book at http://tinyurl.com/yo82k3.

Anonymous  Jul 11, 2010  Sep 01, 2010
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Page ii
Copyright page

On the copyright page, under Interior Designer, "Ron Biladeau" should be "Ron Bilodeau"

Sanders Kleinfeld  Aug 03, 2010  Sep 01, 2010
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Page v
TOC - Chapter 8 head

Change A Head in Chapter 8: "Make Bookmarks" to "Make Bookmarks and Notes"

Anonymous  Oct 22, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page vii
Updated first Ahead entry on page

Change "Three Ways to Browse Your Collection" to "Four Ways to Browse Your Collection"

Anonymous  Oct 22, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page xvii
Second paragraph under "About Missing Manuals" breakhead

Description: Change the first sentence to read: While you're online, you can register this book at http://tinyurl.com/yo82k3.

Anonymous  Oct 22, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 3
Top of page

Change head to: Use the Mute and Volume Buttons Change text to: The buttons on the right edge of the iPad control the audio for movies, music, and other apps that make noise. Here they are, from top to bottom: ➊ Mute. Need to turn off the audio immediately? Flip the Mute button down so that the orange dot shows. Slide the button up to restore your sound. ➋ Volume. Press the top half of this rocker-style switch to increase the volume through the iPad's speaker or the earbuds you may be wearing (see page 263). Press the bottom half of the switch to lower the volume. The iPad displays a little volume graphic onscreen so you can see where you are on the Relative Scale of Loudness. The iPad's original software used the Mute switch to lock the screen in either the vertical or horizontal orientation. Now you lock the screen by double-clicking the Home button, swiping right-to-left in the panel of apps that appears, and tapping the Screen Orientation Lock icon PLEASE INSERT LOCK.TIF IMAGE HERE IN PARENTHESES, LIKE THIS: (LOCK.TIF IMAGE). LOCK.TIF coming under separate cover. PLEASE NOTE----→On the iPad photo on page 3, change blue callout from "Screen Lock" to "Mute".

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed - corrections will be in next printing

pmckie  Dec 01, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Page 4
First graph

First paragraph, first sentence, inside parentheses: Change the phrase "Screen Rotation Lock" to "Mute"

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed - corrections will be in next printing

pmckie  Dec 01, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Page 6
Last full graph and bullet list

Replace the last full paragraph and bullet list on the page with: The Home button is also your ticket to switching among active apps, also known as multitasking. This means you can work in one app and switch easily to another without having to close the first app or take an interim trip through the Home screen. Just double-click the Home button to see a panel of apps appear at the bottom of the screen. After you open the app panel, flick your finger along the icons and tap open a second app to switch to it. When you flick as far as you can from left to right in the panel, you see the Screen Orientation Lock icon, plus icons for adjusting the screen brightness and iPod playback controls. You can force-quit a misbehaving app (like one that hangs up when you switch back to it) from the app panel, too. Just press and hold the app icon until the – icon appears, and then tap that icon to close the app.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed - corrections will be in next printing

pmckie  Dec 01, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Page 6
2/3 of the way down

Please add image apps_panel.tif; I will supply it under separate cover.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed - corrections will be in next printing

pmckie  Dec 07, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Page 7
Note box text at bottom of page

Replace note box text at the bottom of the page with: Note: If your Home screen looks different or your Home button won't do shortcuts, odds are your iPad is running newer software. See Page 274 for more information.

Anonymous  Oct 22, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 7
Breakhed in middle of page

Change blue subhead from "Add More Home Screens" to ""More Home Screen Tricks" Kill Tip box at bottom of screen and replace it with the following graph, in regular, body-copy text: If you filled all your Home screens with apps, you can regain some of that real estate by storing related apps (or any apps, for that matter) in folders, the electronic equivalent of a filing system. With the app icons wiggling, drag one icon onto another to automatically create a folder. Type in a name for the folder (like "Games") and drag more apps into it—up to 20 of 'em. To delete a folder, drag all the apps out of it.

pmckie  Dec 01, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Page 7
Last graph, 3rd line

Change "With the app icons wiggling, drag one..." to "Get the app icons wiggling as described above, and..."

pmckie  Dec 07, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Page 9
Bottom of page

Add Note box (move art up and reduce its size if necessary for fit.): NOTE: While the iPad connects to your computer with its USB/Dock Connector cable, it lacks a USB port of its own, which would let you connect your iPad to other devices, like, oh, say, a printer. When Apple previewed iOS 4.2, it promised so-called AirPrint technology that would make wireless printing from the iPad a reality. Alas, the promise fell short when the update arrived. True, you can print wirelessly from your iPad—but only if you have an HP printer, and specifically a certain model of HP printer, like the Photosmart Plus e-AIO (D110) or the LaserJet Pro CP1525n. To see a full list of compatible printers and get instructions for using AirPrint with apps like Safari, Mail, and iWork, visit Apple’s support page at http://tinyurl.com/25tz3su. And hopefully, more printing options will arrive in future iOS updates.

pmckie  Dec 01, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Page 13
Add note to the bottom of the page

Note: After this book originally went to press, Apple updated the iTunes software. Most of the images in this book show the more colorful iTunes 9, but iTunes 10 works almost identically-the most noticeable difference is iTunes 10's drab gray interface.

Anonymous  Sep 07, 2010  Sep 01, 2010
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Page 17
1st full paragraph

"The iPad screen is scratch-resistant, bit it could break ..." Change bit to but

Charlie Ridgway  Aug 25, 2010  Sep 01, 2010
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Page 28
Change Tip box to:

Tip: The iOS 4.2 iPad update allows multitasking-you can keep one app running while you switch to another. To do that, when you're in the first app, press the Home button twice, and then pick your next app from the on-screen list. Page 274 has more on updating to iOS 4.2.

Anonymous  Sep 07, 2010  Sep 01, 2010
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Page 28
Tip box at bottom of page

Change text in Tip box to read: If you haven’t updated your iPad to the iOS 4.2 operating system yet, you’re missing out on some treats. For example, when you search the iPad as described above, the updated OS looks in two additional places for your keyword: on the Web and on Wikipedia. Both options launch the Safari browser.

pmckie  Dec 01, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Page 32
Second to last paragraph

CHANGE THIS: So if you have a choice, which should you use, and when? In general, stick with Wi-Fi when you can. It's likely going to be faster. And remember, AT&T charges you to use its 3G network. You may not care if you're paying $30 a month for unlimited access, but if you went for the budget $15-a-month plan for 250 megabytes of data, you may be surprised how quickly that 250 megs adds up (it's less than two hours of streaming mediocre-quality web video ). TO THIS: So if you have a choice, which should you use, and when? In general, stick with Wi-Fi when you can. It's likely to be faster. And remember, AT&T charges you to use its 3G network. You may not care if you're grandfathered in to the old $30 unlimited access deal (see the Note on page 40), but if you have the budget $15-a-month plan for 250 megabytes of data, you may be surprised how quickly that 250 megs adds up (it's less than two hours of streaming mediocre-quality web video ). Also, please change "Note" to "note" Also, please add the word "at" to the beginning of line six, as in, "you may be surprised at how quickly..."

Anonymous  Jul 01, 2010  Jul 01, 2010
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Page 32
4th paragraph

Should read: So if you have a choice, which should you use, and when? In general, stick with Wi-Fi when you can. It's likely going to be faster. And remember, AT&T charges you to use its 3G network. You may not care if you're grandfathered into the old $30 unlimited access deal, but if you have the budget $15-a-month plan for 250 megabytes of data, you may be surprised at how quickly that 250 megs adds up (it's less than two hours of streaming mediocre-quality web video).

Anonymous  Oct 22, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 36
Third paragraph

Add $25 If you do math, this is obviously more than the $15, $25, or $30 you'd shell out for 3G service from AT&T. And the Wi-Fi + 3G iPad doesn't require any additional hardware (though the 3G capability itself adds $130 to the iPad's cost).

Anonymous  Jul 01, 2010  Jul 01, 2010
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Page 36
Add new sentence at end and change second-to-last graf to:

Add new sentence at end and change second-to-last graf to: But here's where the pocket network does make sense: using it to get multiple devices online wherever you go. This could be a family of three WiFi iPads, an iPad and two laptops, and so on. The $40 monthly service fee covers everyone and is cheaper than buying individual 3G 'Pads and 3G service plans. (If you haven't bought your iPad yet, Verizon offers a special deal that includes an iPad, a MiFi, and lower data rates, starting at $20 a month for a gig of wireless data.)

pmckie  Oct 18, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 36
4th paragraph

Last sentence - add parenthesis, ie: (though the 3G capability itself adds $130 to the iPad's cost).

Anonymous  Oct 22, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 37
Second to last paragraph

Cut "-which currently only work over Wi-Fi-" from first sentence.

Anonymous  Jul 01, 2010  Jul 01, 2010
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Page 38
Second bullet point

* Unlimited. For $29.99, twice the price of the first plan, you can fling as much data onto the Internet as you want and download files to your heart's content. It's the All You Can Eat buffet of data. CHANGE TO THE WHOLE THING TO: * 2 Gigabytes/Unlimited. New iPad owners can download 2 gigabytes of data for $25 each month. But if you bought your iPad before June 7, 2010, you may have signed up for the original $30 a month for unlimited data (see the Note on page 40). Also, since there are technically three data plans out there now, in the line right below, change "both" to "the" and switch the font to plain. In #3, change "either" to "any" in the first line. Also, add "a month" after "data" in the second line, and remove "each month" after "$25". So: "New iPad owners can download 2 gigabytes of data a month for $25." In the fourth line, from $30 on, please replace with: "$30-a-month plan that gives you unlimited data (see the note on page 40)." Also, remove the extra period after the number 1 (After "There are three other things you need to know.")

Anonymous  Jul 01, 2010  Jul 01, 2010
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Page 38
2nd bulleted item under "You have your choice of two monthly plans here:"

(Make sure to keep the bullet) It should read: 2 Gigabytes/Unlimited. New iPad owners can download two gigabytes of data a month for $25 each month. But if you bought your iPad before June 7, 2010, you had the option of a $30-a-month unlimited data plan (see the note on page 40).

Anonymous  Oct 22, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 39
Second step

In Step 2, cut the parenthetical "(250 MB or Unlimited)" so it just reads "You also choose which plan you want and type in your credit card information."

Anonymous  Jul 01, 2010  Jul 01, 2010
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Page 40

REPLACE TEXT IN NOTE BOX WITH: In early June 2010, AT&T suddenly changed its service offerings for iPads and iPhones to remove the Unlimited plan for monthly data use. While the 250 megabyte plan for iPad stayed the same, "Unlimited" was replaced by a very limited 2 gigabytes a month for $25. This move led to at least one class-action lawsuit and a whole bunch of unhappy Netflix users with 3G iPads. AT&T also introduced a $20 tethering plan, which lets the iPhone act as a broadband modem for laptops and other devices. Alas, one of those "other devices" is not the iPad (for technical reasons). So you can't use a tethered iPhone as a link to the Internet--unless there's been some unauthorized hacking on the gadgets. Also, in the 4th line, change "2 gigabytes a month for $25." to "2 gigabytes- a-month plan for $25." In the 6th line, change "the iPhone" to "an iPhone"

Anonymous  Jul 01, 2010  Jul 01, 2010
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Page 40
Tip at the bottom of the page

Tip at the bottom of the page should read: In early June 2010, AT&T suddenly changed its service offerings for iPads and iPhones to remove the Unlimited plan for monthly data use. While the 250 megabyte plan for iPad stayed the same, "Unlimited" was replaced by a very limited 2 gigabytes-a-month plan for $25. This move lead to at least one class-action lawsuit and a whole bunch of unhappy Netflix users with 3G iPads. AT&T also introduced a $20 tethering plan, which lets an iPhone act as a broadband modem for laptops and other devices. Alas, it doesn't currently work with iPads -unless there's some unauthorized hacking around on the gadgets.

Anonymous  Oct 22, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 42
First paragraph

In the first sentence, change "Unlimited" to "2 gigabytes".

Anonymous  Jul 01, 2010  Jul 01, 2010
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Page 46
paragraph 3

"When you go to a web page, 'Pad-Safari behaves just like a desktop browser" This needs to be reworked since it is only true if the page you go to does not employ Flash.

Note from the Author or Editor:
The reader is correct that Safari doesn't handle Flash, but the page is just talking about how to work the browser buttons and controls, and isn't referring to Safari's content limitations --which are actually addressed later in the same chapter on page 60. Still, in the interest of expectations, please change "'Pad-Safari behaves just like a desktop browser" to "'Pad-Safari behaves pretty much like a desktop browser."

Anonymous  Sep 14, 2010 
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Page 50
Bottom pf page

Add Tip box to bottom of page (resize art if necessary) that reads: TIP: That handy Google search box at the top-right of the Safari window above can do more than sniff around the Web for your search terms. When you tap in a keyword, it also shows you how many times the word appears on the current web page—which is really helpful if you’re wading through a screen full of text looking for that one relevant term.

pmckie  Dec 01, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Page 57
First graph

Change text in first paragraph to read: If Mozilla’s Firefox browser is your preferred window to the Web, you can still move those foxy favorites over to your iPad. Apps like Firefox Home or Sync Browser can help, but you can also do it the long way—by first importing your bookmarks from Firefox into Safari. This gets your bookmarks onto your tablet, but new bookmarks you add to Firefox on your iPad won’t get synced back to your desktop browser.

pmckie  Dec 01, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Page 81
Bottom of page

Add Tip box to bottom of page that reads: TIP: Web-based email does a wonderful job of keeping messages from a single account at your fingertips, but how many people have just a single email account? With the iOS 4.2 update, you can manage all your email—from all your accounts--in one place. Set up your accounts as described on page 72, and then just tap “All Inboxes” to see all your fresh messages at once.

pmckie  Dec 01, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Page 81
Last line of tip box

Change "just tap "All Inboxes" to see all your fresh messages at once" to "just tap "All Inboxes" on your Mailbox screen to see all your messages at once."

pmckie  Dec 07, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Page 92
Bottom of page

Replace the Tip box text with: Although it’s hard to change your own handwriting in a real pen-and-paper situation, the iPad’s Notes program gives you a choice of three fonts to hold your thoughts. To see your options or to change the current font, go to the Home screen and tap Settings ➝Notes. Here, you can choose from Chalkboard, Helvetica, or a font called Market Felt, which was the jaunty original (and, at that time, only) typeface Notes used.

pmckie  Dec 01, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Page 96
Image at bottom of page

Replace image with IPAD_p96_SUB.tif sub file to reflect new Current Location icon. Image coming under separate cover.

pmckie  Dec 01, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Page 98
The top image on the page

Replace top image with supplied IPAD_p98_top_SUB.ai sub file to reflect new Current Location icon. Image to be supplied under separate cover.

pmckie  Dec 01, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Page 128
Multiple changes

Replace image on page with supplied 0806_itunesSUB.tif file, which is a bit shorter than original image. Trim first paragraph to read: As Chapter 11 explains, iTunes is your conduit to moving files between the iPad and your computer. True, you buy iBooks from the iBookstore on the iPad-but you back them up to your computer by syncing them with iTunes. Once you've synced-and therefore backed up-your iPad's contents, it's much less of a stomach-churning event if you have to restore your iPad's software (page 276) or you accidentally delete books you weren't quite done with. Add paragraph below after current last graf on page: The iBooks app handles PDF files as well, like those that arrive as email attachments (tap the attachment and choose Open in iBooks at the top of the screen) or those you sync to your iPad by dragging them into your iTunes library.

Anonymous  Sep 07, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 128
Third paragraph, fifth line

Put quote marks around the words: Selected books

Anonymous  Oct 22, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 129
4th line of Tip box

In second sentence of Tip box, change “450,000” to “750,000” to reflect growth of Amazon’s Kindle Store

pmckie  Dec 01, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Page 130-131
Multiple changes

Replace image on both sides of the spread with supplied 0808_ibookflipSUB.ai file. (Need to update both sides of art so text tracks in the pictured book image. Callout numbers are on a layer in the .ai file) Replace text with numbered steps on p. 131 with: 5 Screen Brightness. The iPad's color display is bright-too bright, sometimes. To dim the screen, tap the Sun icon and drag the slider (this move affects iBooks only). 6 Type. Is the font and size not to your liking? Tap here to fix it; page 132 has more. 7 Search. Tap the magnifying-glass icon (m) to get a box where you can type in keywords to find mentions of a word. Page 133 has details. 8 Bookmark. Tap here to save your place in the book you're reading. Page 135 has more, along with info on making notes in the margins.

Anonymous  Sep 07, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 131
First graph

Reword first paragraph at top of page as follows: The iPad can display books in either portrait or landscape mode (the latter shown across these two pages). When you tap the screen in either view, the iBook controls appear. Reading iBooks is probably the reason most people use the iPad’s Screen Orientation Lock (page 3). Turning on the lock (double-click the Home button to get to the Lock’s icon, which looks like a circular arrow) prevents the screen from automatically rotating (and giving you motion sickness) when you try to read in bed.

pmckie  Dec 01, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Page 132
Multiple changes

Replace art with supplied 0809_typeSUB.tif file Replace second graf on the page with: But not on the iPad. Thanks to the iBooks software, you can make book type bigger or smaller, or change the look altogether. Just tap the Type icon (AA) at the top of the page. A box like the one shown below appears. Tap the little A to make the text on-screen smaller, or tap the big A to make it bigger. The size changes as you tap, so you can immediately see which size works best for you. Hate reading on white pages? Tap the Sepia button to give the page a brownish tint.

Anonymous  Sep 07, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 133
Step 2

(Pop-up menu choices have changed in current version of iBooks app from Dictionary | Bookmark | Search to Dictionary | Highlight | Note | Search) Change Step 2 to read as follows. 2. When you're in the middle of a book page, press and hold your finger down on the word you want to search on. A box appears on-screen over the selected word with four choices: Dictionary | Highlight | Note | Search. Tap Search and let the iPad bring you a list of results-in context.

Anonymous  Sep 07, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 134
Second paragraph

Second graf, change first sentence to: To see the meaning of a word you don't recognize, double-tap it (or press and hold it for a second) until the Dictionary | Highlight | Note | Search box appears.

Anonymous  Sep 07, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 135
Multiple changes

Change headline to: Make Bookmarks and Notes Sub all three images on the page with the supplied files: 0812a_bookmarkSUB.tif, 0812b_marksSUB.ai and 0812c_colorsSUB.tif. Most of the text on this page has been rewritten to reflect the changes in the latest version of iBooks. For the following text replacement, make sure that (ˇ) is replaced by the actual Contents icon symbol. Replace existing text with: Even if you abruptly bail out of the iBooks app and jump to another program, the iPad remembers what book you were reading and what page you were on. If you happen to be reading a dense, brain-burning book and want to remember exactly where you left off (or you want to mark a passage for later reference), you can set digital bookmarks or highlight text right on the page. Tap the bookmark icon in the upper-right corner to save your place. To mark a specific spot in the text, double-tap a word to select it (or drag the blue selection dots around more words). When the Dictionary | Highlight | Note | Search box pops up, tap Highlight to swipe color across the selected text. Choose Note to make a digital Post-It note that you can leave in the margins. (You can also select, copy, and paste text in and out of notes when you tap them open.) To see the places you've marked within an iBook, tap the Contents icon (ˇ) and then tap the Bookmarks button (circled). You see the list of bookmarks, highlights, and notes-and when you created them. Tap a bookmark to jump to it or tap Resume to go to the page you left, bookmarked or not. Swipe a bookmark or note and tap Delete to remove it. Hate the hue or want to get rid of the highlight? Tap to select it and in the box that pops up, choose a different color of the rainbow by tapping Colors or tap Remove Highlight.

Anonymous  Sep 07, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 136
First bullet point

The bullet point should read: The New York Times It's the full daily paper, but free only for a short time (the paper plans to charge for access in 2011). The app offers up the day's top stories in several categories, like Technology and Opinion. Tap a story summary to see it expand to the full screen.

pmckie  Oct 21, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 144
Tip box

Change Tip box to: Tip: If you love social gaming, be sure to snag the iOS 4.2 update for iPad when it arrives in November 2010. The update includes the Game Center app that matches you up with new online opponents, compares high scores, and more.

Anonymous  Sep 07, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 144
Tip box at bottom of page

Replace text in Tip box with: If you love social gaming, tap the Game Center icon on the iPad’s Home screen (iOS 4.2 and later). Sign up for an account and Game Center matches you up with online opponents, tracks high scores, and more.

pmckie  Dec 01, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
PDF, Safari Books Online, Other Digital Version
Page 158
Graphic at bottom

In PDF remove text over graphic. (In Safari/other digital versions - put graphic with text in where it's missing.)

Anonymous  Oct 22, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 159
Just below first image on page

Small blue number 6 icon that corresponds to text on P. 159 is missing. Number should go under + sign on bottom edge of first piece of artwork on p. 159.

pmckie  Dec 01, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Page 160
First graf:

In last sentence, cut "productivity" to pull up short line below. In addition, if you can't fit the correction below, run the phrase, "No problem. Here's why:" into the first graf. Then, in the graf right above "iWork by Email," add this sentence: You can also copy your iWork files to your MobileMe account or to a WebDAV server (the latter so you can work collaboratively).

pmckie  Oct 18, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 165
Last numbered item on page (10)

Should read: The lower-right corner of iTunes is where the Genius controls hang out. When you have a song selected, click the whizzy electron-shaped icon to create an iTunes-generated Genius playlist based on that song. The boxed-arrow icon toggles the Ping Sidebar panel on (It's intended to get you talking about-and buying-music), and off (to leave you in peace).

Anonymous  Oct 22, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 180
Second paragraph

Change second paragraph, last line, to: If you have the iBooks app on your iPhone or iPod Touch, you can sync books there as well-and PDF files, too (see page 128). Cut "But" at beginning of last paragraph and start sentence "Audiobooks can be used everywhere and here's the cool thing about that:"

Anonymous  Sep 07, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 180
Third paragraph

Third paragraph should read: You can listen to audiobooks anywhere, and here's the cool part: When you sync your iTunes-purchased audiobooks back and forth between your iPad and iTunes, they get bookmarked, so you can always pick up listening in the part of the recording where you left off on either your iPad or in iTunes.

Anonymous  Oct 22, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 186
Last bullet point

Add line to end of last bullet point: (In iTunes 10 and later, this album art appears in the Album List view.)

Anonymous  Sep 07, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 187
First item in numbered list and large graphic in the center of the page

In the second line, change the word Genius to Ping Please replace the large graphic in the center of the page with substitute artwork: 0403a_largeSUB.tif

Anonymous  Oct 22, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 189
Multiple changes

Page is out of date with the arrival of iTunes 10. Sub in updated page from Chapter 4 of iPod 9E. See IDD file IpodTMM9e_Ch 04 PAGE 4.IDD. The replacement page is the page numbered 81.

Anonymous  Sep 07, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 189
Entire page

Heading should now say: Four Ways to Browse Your Collection The following is the new text (note that in the key commands, C needs to be replaced with the command (or Apple) key symbol. "&#8594" should be replaced by the right arrow key symbol. (Bullets should also stay as they are.) The text should read: Instead of just presenting you with boring lists, iTunes gives you four options for browsing your media collection-some of them more visual than others. Click the View button at the top of iTunes to switch among views. List View is the all-text display; you can see a sample of it on page 187. Press Ctrl+B (C-B) to toggle on and off the browser that shows vertical (or horizontal) panes that group your music by genre, artist, and album. Press Ctrl+Alt+3 (Option-C-3) to jump back to List View from another view. Album List View shows an album cover in the first column if you have five or more tracks from an album. (Choose View→Always Show Artwork to override the five-track minimum.) Press Ctrl+Alt+4 (Option-C-4) to jump to Album List View. Grid View presents your collection in a nifty array of album covers and other artwork. There's a lot you can do in Grid View, so flip the page for more. Press Ctrl+Alt+5 (Option-C-5) to switch to the Grid. Cover Flow. If you really like album art, this view's for you. Ctrl+Alt+6 (Option-C-6) is the shortcut. Your collection appears as a stream of album covers. To browse them, press the left- and right-arrow keys on the keyboard or drag the scroll bar underneath the albums. Click the little Full Screen button by the slider bar to turn your whole screen into Cover View, complete with playback controls.

Anonymous  Oct 22, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Tip box

Tip: If you're searching for music in general, why not see what your pals are listening to? Ping, Apple's new social-networking service in iTunes 10, lets you create profile pages, follow your friends' musical tastes, and more; click the Ping icon under Store in the Source list or check out www.apple.com/itunes/ping for more info.

Anonymous  Sep 07, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Tip box

Change Tip box to: Tip: Although you have intentionally created a duplicate of a song here, you may have other unintended dupes from home sharing, ripping the same album twice, or other accidental copying. To find these duplicates-and recover a little hard drive space-choose File>Display Duplicates. iTunes dutifully rounds up all the dupes in one window for you to inspect and possibly delete. Just make sure they are true duplicates, not, say, a studio and a live version of the same song. (To search for exact duplicates, hold down the Shift [Option] key and choose File>Display> Exact Duplicates.) Click the Show All button to return the window to your full collection.

Anonymous  Sep 07, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Page 208
Multiple changes

In step 4, change file path in parens to: (Home > Music > iTunes > iTunes Media > Music) Nudge artwork down a few points if needed for fit. Change text in Tip box to: TIP: Multiple libraries can be a real help if you have a huge video collection that you want to store on an external hard drive to save space on your main computer.

Anonymous  Sep 07, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Last paragraph

Last paragraph, change last sentence to make it "iTunes Media folder": Once you confirm everything is in the new library, trash your old iTunes Media folder and empty the Trash or Recycle Bin to reclaim those gigs of space.

Anonymous  Sep 07, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Change text: You can save lyrics with a song file just as you do album art. To add lyrics, either select a song in iTunes and press Ctrl+l(Command key+l) or right click the song ant click "Get Info" to call up the Get Info box. Then click the Lyrics tab.

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Change "ant" to "and"

Dexter  Jan 19, 2011 
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First paragraph, third line: Change "methds" to "methods" Second bullet point, last sentence: Change "(except for rented movies)" to "(except for rented videos)"

Anonymous  Sep 07, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Replace text in Tip box with: If you have a second-generation Apple TV or speakers connected to an AirPort Express Wi-Fi router, you can stream your photos, videos, and music to Apple TV and your tunes to AirPort-powered speakers. On your iPad, start up a video, slideshow, or playlist, tap the screen to call up the controls, and tap the square AirPlay icon. On the list that pops up, tap the playback device you want and then settle in.

pmckie  Dec 01, 2010  Jan 01, 2011
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Replace image on page with smaller, cropped file supplied: AppB04_checkupdateSUB.ai Add NOTE box to bottom of page: Note: If you bought your iPad before November 2010, iTunes will alert you to the tablet's first major software update: iOS 4.2. The update brings all kinds of fabulous new features to the iPad, including the Game Center app for multiplayer gaming, multitasking to run more than one app at a time, and wireless printing from Safari, Mail, iWork, and other apps. You can also drag wiggling Home screen icons (see the bottom of page 7) on top of each other to create folders of apps. If you got your iPad in December, you're probably already enjoying all these cool new treats, but be sure to check in occasionally for future iOS updates.

Anonymous  Sep 07, 2010  Nov 01, 2010
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Add two-line Tip box at bottom of page: Another way to protect your iPad—from getting lost or stolen in this case—is to install Apple’s free Find My iPhone tracking program from the App Store.

pmckie  Dec 01, 2010  Jan 01, 2011