Download iAnnotate from the app store
1. In the library tap the "+Add" and tap, "Create a Blank PDF." 2. Give it a title and select the number of pages. 3. Tap the checkmark next to the title box and your new file will open.
Lets customize the toolbar so that the tools you use the most will be readily available
Practice using the different annotation tools: - comment box - typewriter - highlighter - sound annotation - stamp - and any others you like!
1. Go to the toolbox and select the utility tab. 2. Select, "Import from Web." This feature allows us to turn any webpage into a document to annotate. 3. Visit a site, select a webpage and in the upper left hand corner tap the arrow jumping out of the box and tap, "Save page as PDF."
You'll be able to locate your file in the library. Open it up and begin annotating!
Tap the + sign and tap the document tab. Practice adding a page to a document, you can choose to add the page before or after.
Lets take a look at the different ways you can share a document. 1. Tap the + sign to bring up the tools and select the document tab. 3. Tap, "email document." Here you will be given three options - annotated, flattened or original. 3. Choose the option that suits you best and once you tap it you'll be prompted to enter the email details.
The Library This is where all of your files are stored. Local files is the default spot for all documents unless otherwise specified.
You can connect your cloud connections to Dropbox to work with all your files. On the left hand side tap the connections tab. You can add your Dropbox, GDrive o SkyDrive account. Try adding a Google Drive or Dropbox account.
Congratulations! You have mastered the key areas and are ready to begin using iAnnotate. If you have any questions please feel fee to reach out to me for help. Technology-Enhanced Curriculum
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