Frequently Asked Questions
Tap the preview button on the top left corner of the top bar. Then, the pages preview window will slide up. Tap the "Edit" button on the left of the tool bar. All the page thumbnails will be in "Edit" mode. Tap the delete button on the top right corner of the page thumbnail to delete that page.
Yes, you can. Just tap on the notebook title on the top bar again. The notebook info window will pop up.
Yes, you can. Just tap on the notebook title on the top bar again. The notebook info window will pop up. Tap on the "Paper" section. Then you will see all the available paper options.
Change your iPad to landscape mode. Then you should see an "Edit" button on the bottom left corner of the notebook list. Tap on the button to get into edit mode of your notebook list. You will be able to delete any notebook on that list.
Long-press(Tap and hold) on the target picture. An action menu will pop up. Tap on the "Remove" option to delete your picture.
Long-press(Tap and hold) on the target picture. An action menu will pop up. Tap on the "Crop" option to crop your picture. After the cropping screen shows, you can drag those four blue dots to define your cropping region. Once the region is determined, tap on the big checkmark to finish.
When you are in your notebook, tap the preview button on left top corner.
Then, tap the export button on your notebook preview window. The "Export to PDF" window will show.
Continue to tap "Export Now" button on the right top corner. Wait for the export process. Once it is done. Connect your iPad to iTunes on your Mac/PC. Now, you can save the "PDF" folder from iNotes to any location on your desktop.
Note: All your exported PDF documents will be all included in this "PDF" folder.
Tap the preview button which looks like a grid on the left of the top bar. Then the pages preview window will slide up. Tap the email button on the right side of the top bar. Then the app will convert your entire notebook to a PDF document, and attach it to your email form automatically. Now you are ready share your notebook.
Actually, in this case, there is nothing wrong with the exported PDF document itself. It's just because the machine you are viewing this document on is missing the font used in the PDF document. Due to the limitation of the current iPad SDK, apps do not have the ability to attach fonts to a PDF document. If you view the document on an iPad or Mac, the document is completely fine. Only in some cases, PCs do not have that specific font installed. This problem happens to all iPad apps, including Apple's iWork apps for iPad. We hope Apple will provide a solution in the next iOS update for iPad. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
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