iPadOS can help you be more productive than ever...if you know how to use it! The iPad has been around for several years, but that doesn't make it any easier to use. It doesn't help that every year there are changes and features added to it. This book walks you through what you need to know step-by-step--including how navigation works now that the Home button is gone on some of the iPad Pros. It covers only what you need to know--so you don't have to comb through hundreds of pages of tech-speak just to find out how to do a common feature. Some of the many topics covered include:What's new in iPadOS 13Cosmetics of an iPadMultitaskingGestures that you should knowUsing SidecarUsing split screenBuying, updating, and removing appsApple Services (Apple Music, iCloud, Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, Apple Card)Family sharingUsing SiriTaking, editing, organizing and sharing photosUsing pre-installed apps like Reminders, Maps, Notes, CalendarAnd much, much more!This book is based on the book "iPadOS 13" but includes sections specifically for seniors (includ-ing accessibility features that make text easier to see). Are you ready to start enjoying your new iPad Pro? Then let's get started!
You would think Petronellas 16th birthday would be cause for celebration. After all, fashionable friends are arriving at her country estate near London, teas are being served, and her coming out party promises to be a resplendent affair. Everything is falling nicely into place, until, suddenly, it isnt. For Petronella discovers that her guardian, Uncle Augustus T. Percival, has developed a most unVictorian compulsion: He must eat bugs. Worse still, because he is her guardian, Uncle Augustus is to attend her soiree and his current state will most definitely be an embarrassment.During the festivities, when Petronella would much rather be sharing pleasantries with handsome Lord James Sinclair (swoon), important guests are disappearing, kidnapping notes are appearing, many of the clues are insects, and Uncle Augustus is surreptitiously devouring evidence. Its more than one 16-year-old girl should have to deal with. But, truth be told, there is far more yet to come. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Emily Janice Card. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/001806/bk_adbl_001806_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The book that cracked the code on credit scoring, use it as your blueprint to raise your score 100 points in 100 days. The authors share why disputing negative accounts should not be your primary focus and how this can actually lower your score. Former mortgage brokers share their system based on years of working with individual clients with situations as difficult as recent bankruptcies, foreclosures, and even IRS tax liens. Step-by-step information on what you need to do if you are currently attempting to get approved for a credit card, auto loan, or mortgage. Includes sources of no qualifying credit accounts that can be used to rebuild credit. Includes all of the letters you need to correspond with the credit bureaus.Credit repair has historically been based on the tactic of disputing all of the negative items on a credit report over and over again. In many cases, disputing an older negative account will actually lower your credit score! The authors get right to the point sharing the actual process they used to help mortgage clients quickly raise their credit score. See results in just weeks. Listen to this book in less than an hour and get started today with these simple steps to increasing your credit score. 1. Language: English. Narrator: James L. Paris. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/168388/bk_acx0_168388_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
If you use UNIX, you know that it can be a technically challenging environment. And if you're like most users, you have a job to do aside from exploring your operating system -- like analyzing that hot new stock, running another experiment, or typesetting another report. What happens when you have problems? What happens when the system slows to a crawl, when you can't get logged back in after a power failure, or when you've sent a file to the printer three times but have yet to find a printout? Your first choice for handling a problem might be to have the problem never occur. Your second choice might be to have someone else fix it, immediately. However, in the real world, sometimes you will have to investigate the problem and report it, and sometimes you will have to find an answer yourself. When You Can't Find Your UNIX System Administrator, part of our new What You Need to Know series, gives UNIX users tools for solving problems. It offers: * Practical solutions for problems you're likely to encounter in logging in, running programs, sharing files, managing space resources, printing, and so on * Just enough background on what's going on 'behind the scenes' so that you can make sense of our suggestions, rather than simply memorizing keystrokes * An explanation of how to present problems to your sys admin so that you're more likely to get quick, accurate support * A list of the site-specific information to which you should have access, and a place to write it down * A quick-ref card summarizing what to try first, second, third for commonly encountered problems The goal of this book is not to make you a guru in your own right. The goal of this book is to get you back to the job you'd rather be doing.