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iPad Step 1 - Jacaranda  

Did you just get an iPad? Come to this beginner's course and get the vital knowledge needed to make this device more useful and enjoyable. Learn how to use the touch screen and settings. Learn what all the external buttons can do. Learn about some of the icons/applications that come with the iPad, how to add applications to your iPad, and how to use some of those applications after you get them. Learn how to process your email, surf the internet, download and read books. Learn how to add contacts, use the calendar, send a text message and make notes on the iPad. You will also learn how to update your operating system and get onto a wifi network. Bring your iPad. Prerequisite: You have taken the iPad set-up course or you have an Apple store ID and password, and an email account and password.


iPad Step 1 - Jacaranda  Class already in is possible that the teacher may allow a late registration.  Please call the office at 941-361-6590.
Item: TPA1005 William Crowe
Th 10/3/2019 - 10/31/2019  Prerequisite: You have taken the iPad setup course or have iPad & iTunes all set up

Please come to class with your device(s) charged along with your USB cable. You will also need your Apple ID and password as well as your email and password. If you do not already have these items set up, please do so prior to class

Register early to avoid disappointment, as classes will fill up quickly!

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