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My New iPad, 2nd Edition by Wallace Wang

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Chapter 30. Viewing Contact Information

Since the iPad is so small and light, you’ll probably wind up taking it with you almost everywhere you go. When you’re travelling, you’ll often need to look up someone’s address, phone number, or email address. Storing all this information on your computer is a start, but synchronizing this information to your iPad gives you the ability to search your list of contacts wherever you happen to be. (If you’ve already stored contact information on your computer, such as in the Address Book program on a Macintosh or Microsoft Outlook in a Windows computer, you can transfer that data to your iPad as explained in Chapter 20.)

To store your valuable contact information on your iPad, you’ll use the Contacts app. Besides ...

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