Documents in Adobe....

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  1. JON35Y

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    Hey everyone, quick question here, I have some pdf's which I keep in iBooks at the minute but wanted to try out adobe's app. Question is. How do I transfer them from my windows laptop onto my phone? It's probably really simple but I just can't get my head around it. I'm running latest iTunes and latest software in my phone if that helps.
    Thanks in advance
     
  2. iPutz

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    Try e-mailing the PDF to yourself and opening it on the phone. I'm sure there is a better method to move multiple files but this will be a "quick and dirty" to get a file onto the phone to experiment with.
     
  3. JON35Y

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    Cheers for that but the files are massive....
     
  4. Jeepinkj

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    Dropbox install on phone and computer what ever you put in drop box will now be on both its really easy


    64gb iPhone5 black
     
  5. AdamDaieh

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    I also use drop box when transferring files to my phone. Very easy to use.
     
  6. Lon

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    Or, plug your iPhone into iTunes, go to the apps tab, scroll down until you find Adobe reader at the bottom of the page, and add files to it directly from your computer by highlighting the Adobe app and finding the add files button at the bottom.


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