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Experience:  Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA), 9+ Years of Experience in troubleshooting Macs, iPhone, iPad, iPod etc
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How do I transfer documents from my desktop computer to my

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How do I transfer documents from my desktop computer to my I Pad?
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What type of documents are those ?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Micro soft word documents plus spread sheets.
By default, there is no application on your iPad that support those Office documents. So to transfer the documents to your iPad, you have to download a application from AppStore that support those documents on your iPad. You can buy the Document to Go Office Suite application :

Or you can buy the Office HD :

After installing any one of the Office application to your iPad, you can transfer the documents from your PC to your iPad using the File Sharing option in iTunes application. If you don't have iTunes on your computer, download and install it from here :

Connect your iPad to your computer and open iTunes. In iTunes, select your iPad in left column under Devices list. Click on Apps tab next to Summary tab in the top. In Apps section, scroll down and you can see the File Sharing section. Select the Office app in there and you can add the files from there to your iPad. Then the documents will be download to the Office application on your iPad. Refer this article :

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