iPad Numbers by Minute Help Guides

iPad Numbers

By Minute Help Guides

  • Release Date: 2010-07-12
  • Genre: Computers
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Description

This eBook aims to provide just that guidance: to show you how to use both the introductory and the advanced functions of Numbers Mobile in an easy-to-follow, step-by-step way. We feel there are many advanced features that even the beginning user will enjoy using within it, and that it is possible to learn both if the approach is one of simple, clear, step-by-step instructions.

In the first section we cover keyboarding for the iPad, because that is an essential part of the data entry experience you’ll have when you use Numbers on it. In the second section, we help you get the basics of the program down, including document management and basic formatting. In the third section, we provide detailed, step-by-step processes for making the most of the software’s advanced graphical and data entry features: tables, charts, shapes, and photos (as well as document setup functions like setting the margins). From there, we move into templates, showing you how (and when) to use templates, and where to find more online.

To wrap up, we show you in the second-to-last section how to save and share documents out of the program. And finally, because your experience working with Numbers will be even better if you can print and share your documents easily, we will discuss a number of third party apps that can help you print and share all kinds of documents from an iPad, not just Numbers documents. 
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Reviews

  • iPad Numbers

    1
    By Davy CT
    Don't waste your money. This book is absolute rubbish and not worth your time and cash. It advertises as 65 pages, there are only 44, or at least there were in my copy. A lot of the graphics are not displayed, although it says in the text things like 'see below'. See what? Maybe I have something not set up so I can't see all of the graphics, but I can see some of them! The text is quite big. Unfortunately I didn't get the impression that this was to make the read easier. More a case of 'padding it out'. Otherwise the book would have only been around 35 pages long. Nothing is explained in depth. Not even formulae. Too expensive by far. Fifty nine pence would have been too much. Stick with the Numbers help file, it tells you far more and comes free with the program.

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