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iCloud: Visual QuickStart Guide

3.62 of 5 stars 3.62  ·  rating details  ·  8 ratings  ·  1 review
Learn how to use Apple's iCloud service to share your content across all your Apple devices. This indispensable guide to Apple's iCloud service walks readers how to share their iTunes songs, photos, books, apps, files, email, contacts, and calendars across their PC, Mac, and iOS devices. Readers will learn how to create documents in iWork apps--Pages, Keynote, and Numbers- ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 1st 2012 by Peachpit Press (first published December 28th 2011)
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“Synchronizing Text Expansion Shortcuts One really nice side effect of enabling Documents in the Cloud is that it also enables automatic synchronization of your text shortcuts between your iOS devices. Not using text shortcuts? You absolutely should be. It’s a way for you to enter an abbreviation in any app, and have the system expand the abbreviation to a full word or phrase. For example, I often type “please” and “tomorrow” when I text. I’ve entered shortcuts for these as “pls” and “tmw,” respectively. I type the shortcut, and when I tap the Space bar, the shortcut is automatically replaced. You can use shortcuts for longer phrases, too. I use “bts” for “Be there soon,” for example. Or you might use shortcuts to build a library of alternative email signatures. To add your own shortcuts, Tap Settings > General > Keyboard > Shortcuts. You’ll find some shortcuts already created for you by Apple. Enter your own by tapping the Plus button, then entering the expanded phrase and the shortcut .” 0 likes
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