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                        Dan's Tech Tips:
Tips On Ipad And Ipods, Part One 
I. When running an app, you can minimize it by simply clicking the Home button. 
Getting back to it is not just one click on the taskbar like the way you do in 
Windows. But the iPad way is not difficult either.
Double-click your iPad's Home button, and you can see a row of the open or 
running apps at the bottom of the screen.
Flick left to see more running apps. 
Tap an icon to instantly switch to an open app.
II. How to Close a Running App 
The iPad doesn't need you to close a running app for every instance. But in 
some cases like playing a game, you may need to actually close the app in order 
to start a new level rather than continuing the last. Here are the steps to 
follow:
1. Click your iPad's Home button to minimize the app if it's running.
2. Double-click the Home button to see a row of running apps at the bottom of 
the screen.
3. Touch and hold any icon until the icons start wiggling, or you hear a small 
churp sound. then tap the minus sign on the icon of the running app to close 
it. If you're using voice over, just keep your finger on the app switcher's 
edit box and tap anywere else on the screen as each opened app's name is 
announced. Repeat this until you hear "app switcher is empty."
4. Double-click the Home button again to hide the row.
III. How to Remove an App 
Installing apps from the App Store to your iPad is convenient, likewise 
removing them is pretty straightforward.
1. Touch and hold an icon on your screen until the icons start wiggling.
2. Tap the X sign on the icon of the app you want to remove.
3. Select the Delete button to confirm.
4. Repeat the same for others and click the Home button to finish.
Note: If you have synced your apps with the iTunes on your computer, uncheck 
this app in the iTunes or else it will be restored to your iPad when syncing.
If you have any questions about the tips posted in Dan's Tech tips, please 
contact Dan at the following email address:
dthompson5@xxxxxxxxx
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Dan's Tech Tips:
Tips On Ipad And Ipods, Part One 
I. When running an app, you can minimize it by simply clicking the Home button. 
Getting back to it is not just one click on the taskbar like the way you do in 
Windows. But the iPad way is not difficult either.
Double-click your iPad's Home button, and you can see a row of the open or 
running apps at the bottom of the screen.
Flick left to see more running apps. 
Tap an icon to instantly switch to an open app.
II. How to Close a Running App 
The iPad doesn't need you to close a running app for every instance. But in 
some cases like playing a game, you may need to actually close the app in order 
to start a new level rather than continuing the last. Here are the steps to 
follow:
1. Click your iPad's Home button to minimize the app if it's running.
2. Double-click the Home button to see a row of running apps at the bottom of 
the screen.
3. Touch and hold any icon until the icons start wiggling, or you hear a small 
churp sound. then tap the minus sign on the icon of the running app to close 
it. If you're using voice over, just keep your finger on the app switcher's 
edit box and tap anywere else on the screen as each opened app's name is 
announced. Repeat this until you hear "app switcher is empty."
4. Double-click the Home button again to hide the row.
III. How to Remove an App 
Installing apps from the App Store to your iPad is convenient, likewise 
removing them is pretty straightforward.
1. Touch and hold an icon on your screen until the icons start wiggling.
2. Tap the X sign on the icon of the app you want to remove.
3. Select the Delete button to confirm.
4. Repeat the same for others and click the Home button to finish.
Note: If you have synced your apps with the iTunes on your computer, uncheck 
this app in the iTunes or else it will be restored to your iPad when syncing.
If you have any questions about the tips posted in Dan's Tech tips, please 
contact Dan at the following email address:
dthompson5@xxxxxxxxx
_________________________


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