The following link will take you to the full presentation from the first two classes on Mastering your iPhone in June 2017. Class 3 will be added in the week it takes place. This is in PDF format so everyone should be able to open it. If you need Adobe Reader, it can be downloaded here: https://get.adobe.com/reader/
The following links will take you to the full presentation from the classes on May 16 – 25, 2017. This is in PDF format so everyone should be able to open it. If you need Adobe Reader, it can be downloaded here: https://get.adobe.com/reader/on slides
More classes have been added to the schedule at Craven Community College/Adult Enrichment Program. To register, go to cravencc.edu/AEP and scroll down to view my classes.
Mastering Your iPad meets for 2 weeks on Tuesday & Thursday, 9-11 am beginning May 16. The class is held in the Business Technology building (BIT) on the New Bern campus. The cost is $80. Are you making the most of this amazing device? If you are using your iPad just to play games, share picture with family and check your email, you are missing an exciting world of learning, organizing your life, connecting with others, monitoring your health and just having fun. Under the guidance of iPad master Susan Braaten, in four short classes you will learn the basics of getting your settings right, master the “native” apps – camera, calendar, contacts, FaceTime, iBooks, iTunes, maps, messages, music, notes, photos reminders and more. Learn how to master apps to organize your life, make wise choices and explore the other 999,000 apps!
Mastering Your iPhone meets for 3 weeks on Wednesdays June 7, 14, and 21 from 10 am -12 noon. The cost is $60. Learn the basics of the Apple iPhone plus tips & tricks to use it to its maximum potential. Covers settings, calling, texting, native apps, the App store, managing your photos, the iCloud, and accessories including the Apple Watch.
Attendees need to bring their device fully charged and know their Apple ID and password. If you do not know the ID/password, you can email Mrs. Braaten before class for help at WorkingWithiPads@gmail.com. or view this blog entry.
The following link will take you to the full presentation from both classes on Mastering your iPhone on April 4th and 6th. This is in PDF format so everyone should be able to open it. If you need Adobe Reader, it can be downloaded here: https://get.adobe.com/reader/
The following link will take you to the full presentation from both classes on Mastering your iPhone on 15th and 22nd. This is in PDF format so everyone should be able to open it. If you need Adobe Reader, it can be downloaded here: https://get.adobe.com/reader/
Apple.com has great information for iPad and iPhone users in their Manual in both iBooks and online. I was recently asked about organizing photos and the best info comes from Apple, of course. Follow the link below for the answers to all of your questions.
It’s very simple to manage your mailbox folders, but the process is not obvious when you’re in your mailbox. Here’s how it works:
First, open your Mail app and tap the Back arrow until you can see all of your inboxes and accounts.
Scroll until you can see you accounts listed below the Inboxes. Touch the name of the account where you’d like to manage the mailboxes. You can now see all of the mailboxes that are part of this email account.
In the upper right of the Mailboxes column you’ll see an Edit link. Touch that now. Then touch the New Mailbox link you see at the bottom left of this column.
Now, type the name of the new Mailbox (it’s really a folder – that’s what the icon is) you wish to add. Then click on the email link and select where you want this new mailbox to appear. If you want it to be a “top-level” mailbox – that’s one of the main boxes in the list – just click Save in the upper right on this column. If you want it to be a sub-folder under a top-level folder, select the “parent” folder then touch Save.
If you wish to DELETE a Mailbox, select the desired Mail account, touch Edit, touch the mailbox you want to delete and touch the red Delete Mailbox link. A pop-up box will ask you to confirm the delete request. If you delete a mailbox, everything in it is also deleted.