How to Transfer Local eBooks to iPad with iTunes? Reading local eBooks on iPad is an amazing experience. If you have some eBooks on your local computer, you can transfer them to iPad via iTunes. Here is the guide shows you how to transfer local eBooks to iPad with iTunes. Step 1. Put your eBooks into iTunes books library Launch iTunes on your compute, go to File > Add File to Library... or File > Add Folder to Library... to add local ePub eBooks or folder to iTunes Book Library. Step 2. Connect your iPad to PC Connect your iPad to your PC via USB cable. Step 3. Transfer eBook to iPad with iTunes Click on your iPad in the source list under Devices. Then click the Books tab at the top of the window. Here you can choose whether to sync all books or selected books. And then click Apply button, you can have your selected iPad Books successfully synced. Tip 2 How to Import Documents to Pages for iPad? Creating a new document in Pages for the iPad is easy enough – but what if you want to work on an existing document that you created on your Mac or PC? Is there any solution to import documents to pages on iPad? To import existing documents to Pages for iPad, there are mainly three ways. One is to make it as an email attachment. Two is to download from the web. The third is to import documents to Pages for iPad from a Mac or PC using File Sharing in iTunes, which is what we talk about in this tutorial. Step 1: Connect iPad and Select Apps Make sure your iPad is connected to your Mac or PC and select it in iTunes.Then Select Apps tab on the top. Step 2: Select Pages on iPad From the Apps list in the File Sharing section, select Pages. By default, you should see one document – Getting Started.doc. This is the document that Pages for the iPad comes with. To upload a file to your iPad so you can edit it with Pages, click the Add... button. Step 3: Import Document to Page for iPad Navigate to the document you wanted to transfer to your iPad, select it and click the Choose button. Step 4: Import Document to Page for iPad To export, or download documents from your iPad to your Mac or PC – select the file from the Pages Documents column and click the Save to... button. Step 5: Save the Document Select a folder to save the document from Pages and click the Choose button.