Read the manual & watch the videos below.
Complete guide to using iOS 6
You can download a complete iOS 5 iPad User Guide and iOS 6 iPad User Guide here: http://support.apple.com/manuals/ipad/
Also, Good Instructions http://www.tcgeeks.com/how-to-use-ipad-2/
Apple - iPad - Guided Tours
Apple iPad Guided Tours - Watch the videos see all the amazing iPad apps in action. Learn how to use FaceTime, Mail, Safari, Videos, Maps, iBooks, App Store, and more.
How to - Articles & User Guides & Tutorials
iPad How-Tos http://ipod.about.com/lr/ipad_how-tos/903396/1/
You can download this guide to your iPad.
iPad User Guide for iOS 5
Google best iPad apps or best iPad games and you'll see lots of suggestions.
Write your name and phone number on a piece of masking tape and stick it to the back of your iPad.
If a piece of masking tape is aesthetically unpleasing to you, be creative and make a nice label.
I have found a number of iPads left behind in parks and shops. None of them have had any identifying information on the outside. All I can do is turn it in to the shopowner or the police, and who knows what happens to them after that.
Pelican OSX wrote:
I suppose that would be a good idea, but what about the "find my iPhone" application? Shouldn't I install that? That way if I lose any of my iDevices, I can track them down with GPS technology.
Find My iPad is built in, you need to enable it in Settings > iCloud. The Find My iPhone app is for locating other iPhone/iPad/iPod/Mac.
Pelican OSX wrote:
I suppose that would be a good idea, but what about the "find my iPhone" application? Shouldn't I install that?
It is not something you have to install. Just turn on "Find my iPad" in Settings > iCloud.
GPS is only in the cellular model. Neither one is going to help find it if it is off, out of wireless range, or stolen and disabled.