Either I'm missing something or the iPad is really funky about what it does and doesn't let you do in terms of annotating and saving PDFs. If anyone does a lot with PDFs on the iPad, I would love some advice! I use PDFs a lot. I print to (or save as) PDF from my MacBook very frequently because I edit and send a lot of documents of various types. Saving as PDF is a good final step because virtually everyone can open/read one. First, I was pretty disappointed that you can't print to PDF on the iPad. That seems like it'd be a pretty handy feature for a lot of people. I've gotten over that and now I'm confused about why you can still do so little when you actually do have a PDF. I don't see a way to easily store/manage PDFs on the iPad or annotate them. When I receive a PDF via email I can use the "annotate and reply" feature. This is great! I can also save PDFs to iBooks and export webpages from Safari to iBooks as a PDF. This is super handy, too! But why can I not open a PDF in iBooks, annotate it, and then send it to someone? Say I want to print a webpage as a PDF, annotate it, and email it to someone. So far, the only way I've figured out to do this is to export the webpage to iBooks as a PDF, email it to myself, and then use the "annotate and reply" feature to annotate then send it back to myself. This is ridiculous. Is there any simple or inexpensive solution that will allow me to 1) turn more things into PDFs (essentially anything that is printable, I want to be able to print to PDF sometimes) or 2) annotate the PDFs I do have? It seems like iPad only lets you annotate PDFs that you receive via email. The only other solution seems to be to download a complex combination of apps but none of them do all of this. I generally enjoy Apple's products but I'm new to iPad and perplexed by this simple task. Any help is appreciated!