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Every day Pamela receives numerous questions from troubled computer and iPad/iPhone users, by email and at various seminars and workshops. Her answers provide advice on a variety of subjects related to computer hardware and software and Apple iPad and iPhones. Listed below are the questions that Pamela feels will be helpful to most users, from beginners to the more advanced.

If you cannot find the answer to your question listed below, ask Pamela your questions here or click on the ‘Ask Pamela’ link on the sidebar menu below the category list. You can also leave Pamela a Message by clicking on the Blue Button at the bottom of the right hand sidebar. Pamela always answers promptly.

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How do I transfer Kindle e-books to my Apple iPad?



You can move the books from one device to another via “Manage My Kindle” on amazon.com using a web browser.

1. Sign into your account
2. Select Manage My Kindle
3. Next to the Digital Content Column on the left, find the book that you want to move to the iPad and select action on the right. You can move the content from device to device there.

Alternatively:
You can use the application that Amazon provides for users to download and read kindle books on iPad or iPhone called “Kindle.”

After you downloaded the Kindle for iPad APP, you can use it to re-download your kindle books from Amazon store into iPad device.

You can find this application in the APP Store on your iPad. Just type in “Kindle for iPad” in the APP store search box and the free “Kindle” APP will usually be the first APP that appears.

More Apple iPad Tips and Tricks here.

If you would like more help with this and other features please visit this page.

My eyesight is failing and I find it very difficult to enlarge the font in order to read my email online. Is there another way?



Yes, you can easily ENLARGE the font in an online email as follows: Hold down the CTRL key and scroll with the mouse wheel. This works on most websites and other software as well.