Jeff Richardson: “My favorite tool for viewing and annotating PDF files is GoodReader, the best $5 an attorney can spend on an iPad app. The easiest way to get the transcripts to GoodReader on your iPad is to use DropBox, a free service that allows you to create a folder on your computer, and any file you put in the DropBox is synced to a private space in the cloud. You can set GoodReader to sync with your DropBox folders. Thus, you can create a folder called “Smith v Jones Transcripts” in your DropBox, drag your searchable, full-page PDF files into that folder, and then in seconds the file will be in your DropBox. In the GoodReader app, you can tap the sync button to quickly download all new files from your DropBox to the iPad. ..”
Read this excellent, step-by-step, “how-to” article, with graphics,in full here.
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