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  • MattiMattMatt Level 4 Level 4 (2,420 points)
    hamiltonrrwatch wrote:

    "Many businessmen and educators are able to use the iPad without difficulty."


    Without difficulty as in they can point and pinch, but not print, MattiMattMatt


    Cokeicee's response above should resolve your iPad printing problems.

    If you are still confused about how to download apps to your iPad, you might consider scheduling an appointment at an Apple store for personalized support.
  • Graham Outterside Level 4 Level 4 (2,910 points)
    Thats not from Apple - thats from a rumours website.
  • Dah•veed Level 7 Level 7 (32,800 points)
    I am just here to rattle the cages because I am a bit bored!
  • Graham Outterside Level 4 Level 4 (2,910 points)
    hamiltonrrwatch wrote:
    I hope I haven't offended anyone.


    Not me for certain - its been a pleasure having a sensible debate with someone rather than a long whine about lack of Flash from the kiddies !
  • Goldaussie Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    As a newbie, I learned a lot from this thread.
    1. Apple didn't intend users to print from the iPad. That's what syncing and downloading to a computer is for. Good point.
    2. Green people are not finding reasons to print so much anymore. I would love to learn how to print less. I can figure it out on my own but since somebody has already gone down the road, I would love to learn from them.
    3. The iPad is mainly for entertainment. Don't try and make it work as a primary computer.

    I love my iPad and I knew what I was getting before I purchased it but these forums teach me a lot.
  • revandybw Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    Maybe there will be printing from the iPad. Steve Jobs seems to think its on its way:

    www.macrumors.com/2010/05/10/steve-jobs-says-printing-will-come-for-ipad/
  • AndyO Level 6 Level 6 (17,050 points)
    It is certainly a bit annoying that the iPad (and iPhone) have no native printing support, but given the highly portable nature of the device, the difficulty of natively providing the required support, and the existence of so many third-party solutions in addition to the ability to sync or transfer document s via email it is more an inconvenience than anything more. And given the fact that the iPad is selling well into education and business, it seems not to be an obstacle to possibly many and varied uses of the device in these markets - though admittedly, possibly a hindrance to some.

    On the other hand, every product ever made has limitations. At least in this regard, the iPad's can be quite easily overcome.
  • red555 Level 4 Level 4 (2,550 points)
    David.Austin.Allen wrote:
    I am just here to rattle the cages because I am a bit bored!


    Consider the cage rattled...
    Keep up the good work.
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