Well, this is where things get a bit more complicated.
Other than the HTML thing, Essay functions just like any other word processor.
That’s because Essay is based in HTML, so the options work the same way.
There’s your regular underline, italics and strikeout, but instead of changing font sizes, you assign a sentence or paragraph a type, such as a Section or a Subsection.
There's less need to zoom and scroll, less eye strain from having the text zoomed too far out in order to fit a full page on the screen and more space to type, whether you're using the touchscreen or a keyboard case.
Business Plan Contest - Writing Essays On An Ipad
Out of the box there isn't a hugely useful text entry app on the i Pad for serious writing.
This is a gesture completely foreign to me and the i Pad, and I don’t find it intuitive at all; In fact, it caused me to pause anytime I wanted to open or close one of those dialogue boxes.
Switching into full screen mode was as simple as pinching or zooming out, just like you do with an image, but it all seemed superfluous in a word processor.
Or maybe you’re putting together a term paper, and you want to link your research to the document itself, it’s no problem. Think of Snipbox the way you think of Instapaper; Click on a bookmarklet in mobile Safari, then the highlighted item is sent off to Snipbox.
This item can be dropped into the text, either as a link or otherwise, making things like research papers that much easier.