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iPad: Indirectly save a file from iWork to Dropbox
Authored by: earthsaver on Nov 18, '10 08:36:21AM

Why would I go through this insane process? In Pages, I can copy a file to my iDisk. In GoodReader, I can download a file from my iDisk and then upload it to my Dropbox. Three steps.

- Ben Rosenthal
MacBook Pro 2.8GHz - Snow Leopard

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To paraphrase an oldy but a goody
Authored by: gabester on Nov 18, '10 09:04:45AM

I don't have an iDisk!

But while I am aware that one must pay to use iDisk regularly (sure you can set up a temporary 60 day account) then I am similarly clueless as to whether one needs to pay to use iWork... I mean I know one needs to pay to use iWork apps on iOS and Mac, but does one need to play for as well? Since this is Apple I would assume so; so this hint is really a workaround if you're paying for iWork but not MobileMe. g=

Edited on Nov 18, '10 09:06:27AM by gabester

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