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  • Matt Davidson
    Mar 13, 2013
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      CloudOn can allow wp for MS Office programs and Notability exports in multiple formats. Both will really help you switch to iPad only.
      Matt

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      On 13 Mar 2013, at 15:28, Caroline Moore <caroline_moore@...> wrote:

      > Martin
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      > That's a timely question for me, as I've just come to Poland for a couple of days to work with a client and decided to leave my laptop behind, and rely on my iPad. Things started well, I revised my presentation on the plane, created a Mind Map using iThoughts, then gave the presentation using Keynote and hooked the iPad to the data projector, while sharing the presentation afterwards using Dropbox. Email on the move is also fine. My client has guest wifi, though not all companies provide this.
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      > But I need to work on a report, and find that just too difficult on a virtual keyboard, so I gave up and borrowed a laptop. Only problem is that the user interface on the laptop is in Polish. I think I may bring the laptop next time (-;
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      > Caroline
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      > Caroline Moore
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      > On 13 Mar 2013, at 10:02, Martin Eayrs <martin@...> wrote:
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      > > Hi, Guys
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      > > Here's a question for anyone with the right experience. I'm interested in how people have managed to switch COMPLETELY from using a laptop (or desk top even) to a tablet, ideally an iPad, and cloud/drop box storage.
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      > > I'm interested in this mainly from the work angle, using productivity apps (wp, spreadsheet, data base, etc) and handling sound and image/video processing.
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      > > Is it possible to live with only a tablet, i.e. are there things that either a tablet can't do or are very fiddly and frustrating to do?
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      > > Anyone like to comment?
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      > > Martin
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      > > Martin Eayrs
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      > > Please consider the environment - do you really need to print this email?
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