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Babaknt
Sep 18, 2010, 05:37 AM
Hello all!
Is there any way of emailing multiple pdf files on the Ipad? Either via ipages or any other app?
Was at the macstore and no one really knew how to do it. Maybe if you copy and paste files form one email to another??

Thanks for any response!



eric.men
Aug 13, 2011, 12:54 PM
Do you want the image of the PDF, or the actual file?

iArch
Aug 13, 2011, 09:39 PM
Hello all!
Is there any way of emailing multiple pdf files on the Ipad? Either via ipages or any other app?
Was at the macstore and no one really knew how to do it. Maybe if you copy and paste files form one email to another??

Thanks for any response!

Ancient thread, but in case anyone's still wondering about this, GoodReader is an easy to use tool for emailing multiple files (in one message) from an iPad.

wizee
Aug 14, 2011, 09:24 AM
Ancient thread, but in case anyone's still wondering about this, GoodReader is an easy to use tool for emailing multiple files (in one message) from an iPad.

I agree, use Goodreader. very simple

indros
Feb 20, 2013, 10:41 PM
Here's a walkthrough for doing multiple file attachments using Dropbox and $0.99 app iAttachment. It should work with any other cloud service that allows you to open files on the iPhone/iPad.

http://moldybluecheesecurds.tumblr.com/post/43623736121/adding-multiple-file-attachments-to-ipad-or-iphone

AgRacer
Apr 29, 2013, 08:37 AM
I agree, use Goodreader. very simple

Sorry to resurrect an old thread, but will GoodReader see existing files on the iPad?

I see that it will access cloud services (google docs, drop box, etc.) and will import your photos, but I already have multiple Pages files on the iPad and if it cannot see those files then it really doesn't help me.

So does it see existing PDF and Pages files already on my iPad, or only new ones?

I ask b/c I d/l another "file manger" (sorry, can't recall the name) and it was useless b/c it would only see the photos on the iPad and anything I opened in the file manger (like and e-mail attachment) AFTER I installed the App. I would not see existing files already on the iPad which made it kind of useless IMO.

The reason is I want to be able to attach multiple files to an e-mail (C'mon Apple, how have you NOT implemented this feature yet????!!!! :( ) and I understand you can do that thru GoodReader.
Thanks