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Send websites and docs to iBooks
Authored by: booshtukka on Jun 29, '10 08:07:01AM

Crarko's note makes no sense. How would sending a PDF to, say, Preview get a website or doc into iBooks?



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Send websites and docs to iBooks
Authored by: jellygreen on Jun 29, '10 08:19:29AM
Crarko's note makes no sense. How would sending a PDF to, say, Preview get a website or doc into iBooks?
It makes sense if you don't think of it being limited to iTunes/iBook integration. I think his point was that any PDF-capable application can be added to the PDF Services menu which would then allow you to send any printable view to another application as a PDF directly.

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Send websites and docs to iBooks
Authored by: everkleer80 on Jun 29, '10 08:51:58AM

I think he's just commenting that you can also add other apps to the PDF menu in the print dialog to quickly create and open a PDF in them.



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Send websites and docs to iBooks
Authored by: crarko on Jun 29, '10 09:45:02AM

Yes, he was. :)



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