How To Send Documents and Files On A iPad?

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I am trying to attach files that I downloaded on my iPad. I can add photos with no problem but files are not attaching. Is there a app I am suppose to be using to do this? What is the best way to manage your documents on your iPad like your main computer?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #191859

How To Send Documents and Files On A iPad?

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HELLO
 
The application name is "FileApp" which manage the document. It reads lots of file type like PDF, Play multimedia files.
FileApp stores files and folders in IOS.
It provides USB sharing between mac and pc using iTunes file sharing.
It also provide sharing through WiFi.
It allows copy and paste document to file app.
It support all format word, excel and PowerPoint.
 
Click on that link for more features of FileApp
 
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How To Send Documents and Files On A iPad?

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Unfortunately, since you are using an Apple iPad, you won’t be able to send an attachment by just selecting the file to attach when you are creating your message. Since 2012, attaching files in iOS doesn’t work that way. Though you can still send an attachment, you have to go to the app that has the item to attach instead of using the mail app.

To send an attachment, open the application that has the attachment you wish to send like for example, if you wish to send a document, you can open the word processor. Tap the item you wish to send as an attachment to select then tap the Envelope icon to show the Share menu.

It is normally located in the upper-right corner of the screen. Next, tap Email then in the To field, enter the email address of the recipient to whom you wish to send it. Write something on the Subject field as well as in the body. Finally, tap Send. While sending the attachment, don’t close the app right away after you send the attachment.

Wait until you hear the “whoosh” which indicates that your message has left your outbox. And that’s how you send an attachment in Apple iPad.

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