Have you ever seen those fancy screen shots of the iPad screens in various reviews and blog posts? Well, creating them is easy and does not require you to purchase or download any applications to create them. In fact, the iPad software includes a built-in ability to take a screen shot of any screen that you are currently viewing on the iPad and save it as an image that you can then transfer to your computer.
To create the screen shot, you simply need to follow these steps:
If you then need to transfer these files to your computer, you can either use iTunes to transfer the files during a sync or you can access the iPad directly and copy the files over to the location you wish.
If you have any questions on how to do this, please feel free to ask them in our dedicated iPad forum.
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