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My New iPad by Wallace Wang

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Typing a Note

Depending on how you hold your iPad (portrait or landscape mode), the Notes app either displays a single yellow notepad (portrait mode) or displays a yellow notepad on the right with a list of all your notes displayed on the left, as shown in Figure 29-1.

In portrait mode, you can see more of your note, which makes it suitable for writing and editing large amounts of text. The drawback is that the virtual keyboard is much narrower, making touch typing harder.

The Notes app in portrait mode and landscape mode
The Notes app in portrait mode and landscape mode

Figure 29-1. The Notes app in portrait mode and landscape mode

In landscape mode, ...

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