Open Board Objectives & Priorities in the Reference Library.  Start with the Board of Directors section.

Assume you want to save the document in Adobe Acrobat for annotation. Tap the top left-hand corner of your screen (box, arrow up). Various icons will be presented. Tap Copy to Acrobat and now the document is presented in Adobe. (Note: this is where you can print from as well if so desired)

On the bottom of the Adobe document screen, you will see a blue circle with a stylus inside. Tap on the circle and various modes to annotate the text are presented e.g. Comment, Fill and Sign etc.  Tap on Comment.  At the top of the screen, you will be presented with various ways to annotate the document. If you want to make notes on the side of the document, tap the dialogue icon, tap where you want to place the note and a dialogue sector opens at the bottom of the screen (Write a note). Type into the sector your note and then tap Post on the bottom right-hand side dialogue. A dialogue icon is placed beside the part of the document you want to make notes about.  By tapping the dialogue icon beside the document, the note is presented.

If you want to highlight a sector or section of wording, tap the stylus on the left-hand side of the icons at the top of the screen.  The colour of the highlighting will be presented on the right-hand side of the screen.  Tap and drag across the sector that you want to highlight.  You can play with the other modifiers at the top of the screen to see what they do but the dialogue and highlighter will probably what you will need.  When completed, tap Safari at the top of the screen and you will be returned to the original document.

When the Adobe document is wanted in a meeting, go to the main screen, tap the Adobe icon, tap < (top left), and you will be taken to Home where the listing of all the documents in Adobe are stored.

To delete the Adobe document from the listing, open the listings, and on the right, you will see (  ) Tap and you will be presented with various options. Hit Delete and you will be asked if you want to delete the document.  Hit Delete. The more Adobe is used, the more you will see it is an important tool for the Board meetings.  If a pdf file is sent, Adobe will open it. Take time to play with Adobe to increase the efficiency in preparing for Board meetings.