Suppose you exported file created under one of apps from the iWork bunch (Pages, Numbers or Keynote) into pdf. This file can be immediately shared with your PC or MAC via iTunes. But what if you need to delete it? There is no such option withing Apple tablet itself, you cannot even see exported pdf on the newest iPad Air or iPad mini retina let alone the oldest iPad / ipad 2 / iPad 3 or iPad 4. So you decided to follow Apple and delete it via iTunes. Apple says that all you need is to highlight the file in the Document list of the relevant application in the File Sharing section under the Apps tab and press the Delete button. But ….. there is always a but. You look around and …… cannot find such iTunes button. There are two others, but no DELETE. You try to launch a mouse menu, but nothing happens. Don't panic, the change can come quickly and easily:
- Locate the file in the Document list of the relevant application in the File Sharing section under the Apps tab of iTunes.
- Highlight it.
- Press Delete key on KEYBOARD of your computer.
- Confirm Delete option in pop-up window that will appear.
That is all. The file that annoys you will be deleted instantly from your iconic tablet. Fiddling with tablet may encourage you to unveil 50+ secrets that can help you maintain iPad