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Share photos on your iPad 2 by printing them out. However, it's hard to locate photos for printing if you have too many, so delete any photos you no longer need on your iPad and keep them manageable.

Print photos on iPad 2

If you have a wireless printer that’s compatible with Apple AirPrint technology, you can print photos on your iPad 2.

  1. With the Photos app open, maximize the photo you want to print.

    To maximize a photo, simply tap it.

  2. Tap the Menu button and then tap Print.

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    The Printer Options dialog appears.

  3. Tap Select Printer.

    iPad searches for a compatible wireless printer.

  4. Tap the plus or minus symbols in the Copy field to set the number of copies to print.

  5. Tap the Print button/

    Your photo is sent wirelessly to the printer for printing.

Delete photos on iPad 2

You might find that it’s time to get rid of some of those old photos of the family reunion or the last community center project.

You can delete photos that you shot yourself using iPad's cameras, or downloaded from a digital camera, SD card, or the Internet. You cannot delete photos that are synched to the iPad from your computer using this method. Instead, you need to delete these photos through iTunes.

  1. With the Photos app open, tap the Albums tab and then tap an album to open it.

    The photos in the album appear as small thumbnails.

  2. Tap the Menu button.

    A menu appears.

  3. Tap on each photo you want to get rid of (a blue check mark appears), and then tap the Delete button.

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    The selected photos are deleted.

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