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Authored by: lsequeir on Jul 01, '10 03:43:14AM

This is fine if you want to keep a copy of the pdf around in your iTunes library.

For ocasional reading of something that you will not want to keep around, or for something that is already properly kept in the right place in your hard drive, I prefer not to let iTunes duplicate it somewhere (deep within its library hierarchy).
In this case, I just drag the file from the Finder right onto my iPod Touch icon on the left pane of iTunes window. I have been doing this for years with videos and it also works great with PDFs with iBooks and iOS4. So you might just save as PDF (to your Desktop, say), drag it onto your iPhone, and trash it when you're done.


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