Rename Folders on Your iPadStart out by tapping and holding-down your finger on the folder you want to rename. Wait until the folder starts to “wiggle” – then let go. Now tap that folder once. The “edit” window will appear. Tap the x located at the end of the field with the folder name in it. The Keypad will pop up and you can rename the folder. When you’re done, click the Home button on your iPad. Your folder will now be displayed with its new name.Screen Shots
This can be done on an iPad by holding down the power button and home button for a second and then releasing. A camera sound will go off as the screen turns white. The screen shot will be stored in photos.File TransfersProbably the easiest way to transfer a file from the iPad is simply to click the share button in the upper right and then email the file as an attachment.
Add a Word to AutoCorrect Dictionary
Go to Settings>General>Keyboard. Then go to the Shortcuts area and tap on "Add New Shortcut." In the Phrase area, type in the word that you want added to auto-correct dictionary. Leave the shortcut area blank. Note that the area says, "Optional." Tap Save in the upper right side of the screen.Caps LockDouble-tap the Shift key to lock it.Saving images in Safari and Mail
Touching an image in Safari or Mail for a couple of seconds will present you with an action sheet which will enable you to save the image. As with taking screenshots, the image will be stored the "Photos" app.Connect a Bluetooth Accessory
Turn on the Bluetooth accesspry and make sure it is "discoverable." On your iPad, go to the Settings app and select "General > Bluetooth> On. Select the desired accessory from the devices window. If you are asked for a passkey or PIN number enter it. (You can find the PIN in the instructions that came with your accessory.)
Set a Custom Mail Signature on Your iPad or iPhone
Tap on the settings application on your Home screen. Then tap on Mail, Contacts, Calendars. Scroll down to Signature. Enter whatever details you would like.