iOS Tip 132 - Set Background Picture

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How to Set Any Picture as Background Wallpaper on iPhone & iPad:

1 Open the “Photos” app and browse to the picture you want to set as the background wallpaper image
2 Tap on the sharing button, it looks like a box with an arrow flying out of it
3 Tap on the “Use as Wallpaper” button option
4 Arrange the picture as desired, then click on “Set”
5 Choose “Set Home Screen” to set the picture as the background image of the device (or choose ‘Set Lock Screen’ set it as the picture on the locked device where the clock shows)
6 Exit out of Photos app and return to the Home Screen by pressing the Home button, you’ll see the background of the iOS device has been set as the picture you chose

iOS Tip 112 - Mark Up Attachments

With iOS 9, a new tool lets you easily mark up a document from within Mail, re-attach it to the email, and send it back in the same message thread.
To begin marking up an email attachment, perform the following steps.

1 Open the Mail app and select a message containing an image or PDF document.
2 Tap and hold the attachment you wish to mark up.
3 Select Markup And Reply from the action sheet that appears.
4 Tap and hold the attachment you wish to mark up, and select the Markup button to open the editor.

With the Markup editor open, you can change color of the drawing, alter the thickness of the lines, add callouts by drawing with your finger, add text by tapping the text box button, or add your signature by tapping the Signature button.
When you are done marking up the document, you can tap Done to attach the marked up item back to the email reply or, you can tap Cancel to quit without saving the edited changes.