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Thread: Help an old senior who just got a iPad?

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    Smile Help an old senior who just got a iPad?

    I am trying to find out how they do the neat picture on the new ipad3 where the picture is there and u add ie the grass. After hours of looking I found it is in the rage program they say but still lost on how to find it
    Thank You
    Vicky

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    Hi Vicki,

    Do you already have the ArtRage app on your iPad? Or are you asking where you can find the App to download?
    If you dont have it on your screen then you will need to download it first, and you have to do this via iTunes or the App Store (both of these will already be on your iPad but you will have to open an Apple ID which is a bit tedious, but essential to the whole process.

    Another way of doing it would be to have a friend buy the App for you on their computer as a gift it to you - then it will download direct to your iPad.


    Hope this helps
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicky View Post
    I am trying to find out how they do the neat picture on the new ipad3 where the picture is there and u add ie the grass. After hours of looking I found it is in the rage program they say but still lost on how to find it
    Thank You
    Vicky
    Thanks finally got it now for the fun. Sorry to read that the I pad 3 heats up.Not what I wanted to hear !

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    to avoid heating up you might try turning off extra apps running in the background. I really don't find it much of a problem. It gets a little warm after continuous use and with a lot of apps running, but less than a laptop does.

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    To get rid of programs running in the back on your iPad, click the home button twice. The screen will lift up and you'll see a row of icons. These are the programs running in the background. Just click the X and they'll be closed. Once you close them, you won't have to charge your iPad as often. I do this almost every day.
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    just to add to what Judith said, after the double click on the home button and you see the row of apps running. you must press and hold on one of the apps that are running and appear at the bottom of the screen after pressing and holding they will start jiggling and the little minus signs will show up. clicking on a program's minus sign will quit that particular program.

    I don't seem to get an overheating problem at all. Like Judith, I quit my running apps probably once a day at least.
    Last edited by screenpainter; 06-13-2012 at 12:33 PM.

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    Thanks for clarifying screen painter. Teach me to try and tell someone from memory. And yes, I never have an overheating problem but then I have an original iPad.
    See ArtRage2.5 and 3.0 Studio Pro Tutorials:
    http://www.youtube.com/JudithTramayne
    or
    https://www.artrage.com/artragebasic.html

    Children's Book - The Wonderful World of Wunks
    Written, illustrated, animated and narrated by Judith Tramayne

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judith Tramayne View Post
    Thanks for clarifying screen painter. Teach me to try and tell someone from memory. And yes, I never have an overheating problem but then I have an original iPad.
    I think you did pretty darn good from memory.

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