Could you clarify what you mean by large PDF files (10 MB, 20 MB?) share and ahve you updated your Box App to the latest version for iOS?. I switched from Android to iPad, used to work with Google Drive as I had alot of file stored on there, but I cannot open any of the larger files on. I am having trouble opening a large pdf file (~megs) on my ipad (ie won't open) Is this a limitation of ibooks? or is there a way to achieve.

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I have always been able to open my PDFs in my iPad even if is an old one. Since you may have a lot of large PDF documents, we'd recommend using the iTunes . Please note that the pre-release version will not expire. With iBooks, you should have the ability to open, view and print all types of PDFs all within iBooks on any iDevice, including iPad, iPhone or. Trying to view a textbook on my iPad, the file is 35 mb. The first method I Are there any apps that can open large pdf's? . iBooks won't work?.

LinkedIn14 PDF is a hugely popular document format, because this file type is so universally supported. The iPad offers good support for PDFs, partly via some built-in apps and features, and partly due to a wealth of good 3rd party apps that focus on handling PDFs. If you need to work with PDFs on your iPad, here are some of the best ways to get them onto your iPad, view them, and edit them. So you can always email yourself a PDF from your desktop, or have a work colleague send you one via email when needed. Of course, this can become a tedious and impractical method when you need access to a large number of PDF documents at once. Look at the Devices section in the left-hand pane and click to select your iPad name underneath it. Then select the Apps tab at the top of the main window. You next need to select an app that handles PDFs. Or you can just drag and drop files onto the document area on the right-hand side with your app selected.

If someone emails you a PDF document or file as an email attachment using the Mail app on your iPhone or iPad, you can download the attachment by tapping it within the email message. Then, once downloaded, hold your finger on the file attachment icon until a pop-up window appears that displays the apps you have installed on your phone or tablet that are compatible with that PDF file.

For example, tap the Open In iBooks icon. By tapping on the Share icon within Preview, you can quickly import and work with the file or document using another compatible app. However, certain apps allow you to annotate, sign, print, and share these documents and files as well.

You can also annotate a PDF document with text, lines, arrows, comments, and freehand scribbles. Files can then be saved on your device and shared via email, iCloud, Dropbox or iTunes Sync.

To do this, launch Pages, Numbers, or Keynote; and begin creating or editing a document or file.

Choose the Email Document option from the Share and Print menu. Your work is saved as a PDF file and embedded within an outgoing email message. Fill in the To and Subject fields, add optional text to the body of the outgoing email message, and then tap the Send button.

You can download a stylus from an office supply store, consumer electronics store, or online from Wacom , for example. First, please make backup copies of your PDF documents. Using the same method, you should be able to back up the documents in other iOS document-based apps not just Acrobat Reader.

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Once you confirm that all of your documents on your iPad are backed up, you can try freeing up your iPad storage space. Assuming that you already have the backup copies of all of your PDF documents on a computer, you could delete the PDF documents that you don't read frequently from Acrobat Reader on your iPad.

This is rather time-consuming. However, it is important to make backup copies so that you don't lose your valuable documents.

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And follow your other instructigons. As you suggested I deleted all the unnecessary apps, photos and other things I considered unnecessary, still the documents don't open. This is a my storage status.

This is the latest official release that is identical to the pre-release version that you tried as of January Please note that the pre-release version will not expire. You can continue to use what you already have and update when the version that is newer than You don't have JavaScript enabled.

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By "the last update", do you mean What is the other app that you are trying to open the PDF document? Can you try opening from Apple Safari or Mail to see if it works?

We are trying to determine if the other app has a problem. Thank you. Thank you for your patience. Please give it a try and let us know if it works for you. Thank you very much, for your help, I will update the app and I will let you know if it works.

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