August 4, 2012

quickly switching between iPad's external and screen keyboard

Exactly the tip I was looking for: 
"6. The Eject button on the wireless keyboard pulls up the virtual keyboard

If you find yourself needing or wanting the regular iPad virtual on screen keyboard without powering off or disconnecting the wireless keyboard, simply press the eject key. The virtual keyboard will slide into place on the iPad, and once you are finished either dismiss the keyboard in the regular way or hit the eject key again."

The post below has a full "15 Tips on using an Apple Wireless keyboard with an iPad"

Sent from my iPad

1 comment:

  1. A wireless keyboard is a keyboard that works with a computer, but is not connected, with cords, to the actual computer tower. More and more computer users are turning to wireless keyboards for several key reasons. A wireless keyboard generally works by linking to the computer through a small USB plug. The USB is then plugged into the computer and works through a wireless signal. In many cases, a computer user also installs a Wireless Mouse.which is generally linked to the computer through the wireless keyboard.