Are you constantly annoyed by the AutoCorrect on your iPad? Try this trick in the future. After you finish typing your word, tap on it in the suggestions area. That will ensure that you get what you typed instead of the AutoCorrect suggested word that automatically gets inserted when you hit a space.

The Spotlight search feature searches everything you have, including the songs on you iPod, apps, events and podcasts. If you want to restrict what it searches, you can go to Settings, then General and then Spotlight Search. Here, you can pick which categories you do want it to search and which you don’t.

Use the available space on your dock. It comes with four things on it, but it can hold two additional items. Simply push on an icon until you see it wiggle around and then pull it to your dock. Do this for anything that you use very often, as having it readily accessible makes your life easier.

You can seamlessly travel between apps on your iPad without exiting out to the home screen. simply place four fingers on the iPad screen and swipe them all. This sill create a tray that features a list of all the apps on your iPad. You can scroll through this list and select the app you want.

You can take a screenshot of your iPad in a very simple one step process. Hold down on your home button as well as the power button at the same time. Release both after about one second. You should hear a camera sound go off and your screen should go white. This means that a screenshot was taken and it will be stored in your photos section.

Let your children play with the iPad. Because the functions run on a touch screen, even small toddlers can have fun with it. This is a great way to introduce the computer to your young children. Watch how they use this tool, and you will be amazed at how quickly they learn on it.

The iPad is a wonderfully portable device, but always be sure to store it correctly. Keep your iPad away from excessive heat or prolonged exposure to direct sunlight. Heat and sunlight can seriously diminish your battery life, and thereby decrease the amount of time you can use your iPad before you have to plug it in.

You can stop annoying Wi-Fi joining messages on your iPad. If you’re tired of getting asked to join various Wi-Fi networks constantly, this can be taken care of under Settings and Wi-Fi. Switch off Ask to Join Networks. You may still join any network that you’ve already got from this screen, you just will not be harassed constantly.

Did you know that you can create folders on your iPad? Just tap any app and hold it until it starts to begin jiggling. When it does, drag the app over top of any other icon and let it go. The iPad will then make a folder for you with both of the apps involved inside.

If you want to know everything about your iPad, and have something to reference in case you forget something, go to the Apple website and print out the iPad user’s manual. If you want a digital version, you can download iBooks for free in the App Store, and you can read the manual that way.

Spotlight searches can be easily restricted on an iPad. Start by swiping left to bring up Spotlight. This search is set up by default to look at everything, which also includes events, apps, podcasts, and songs on your iPod. It can be restricted to not include these categories by going to Settings, General, and Spotlight Search.

Have you tried to type something on your iPad and it thought you meant something else? You can turn off your auto-correct. In Settings go into “General”; from there choose “Keyboard”. In that section you will have an option to turn off “Auto-Correction.” Now you will be able to type out what you really wanted to say.

Try to avoid keeping your iPad screen set at 100 percent brightness. Keeping your screen set at maximum brightness can diminish your battery life significantly. This means you have to spend more time plugging your iPad in, and less time using it. It’s easy to change your screen settings, and a setting of 30 or 40 percent is usually adequate for most iPad usage.

Now, maybe you have some of the answers to the questions you had about your iPad. With so many options and abilities that the iPad offers, it can be difficult to learn everything all at once. Use what you have learned here to begin unlocking the many things your iPad can do for you.

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