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iPad All-in-One For Dummies, 4th Edition by Nancy Muir

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Chapter 5: Managing Contacts

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check.png Adding contacts

check.png Syncing contacts using iTunes or iCloud

check.png Adding social media info

check.png Specifying related people

check.png Adding a ringtone and photo to a contact

check.png Sharing contacts

check.png Using Maps to view a contact’s location

check.png Deleting a contact

Contacts is the iPad equivalent of the address book on your cellphone. In fact, if you own an iPhone, it’s similar to your Contacts app. The Contacts app on iPad is simple to set up and use, and it has some powerful little features beyond simply storing names, addresses, and phone numbers.

For example, you can pinpoint a contact’s address in the iPad Maps application. You can use your contacts to quickly address e-mails, ...

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