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Old 06-24-2010, 06:21 AM   #43
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Originally Posted by HDoug View Post
I want to read the pdf version of the June Scientific American on my iPad. The file is 20.9 MB and when I email it to the iPad, I get a "too big to open" error message. I've used Calibre to try to epub the pdf but that results in an extremely corrupted file that is unreadable. Any fixes or workarounds?

Doug
Have you tried drag and drop through iTunes?
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