We were considering an article on this topic, but our own Lex Friedman had already worked through the possible options for an old iPad in an article for Macworld. So if you’re pondering what to do after upgrading to an iPad 2, check out his advice. follow link
Fixing Save as Adobe PDF Crashes
There have been many reported instances of the "Save as Adobe PDF" workflow crashing regardless of application, but precious few workarounds or resolutions. In troubleshooting, I discovered that there were three instances of the "Save as Adobe PDF.action" in three different locations: /Library/Automator; ~/Library/Automator; and /System/Library/Automator. By eliminating all except the version in /System/Library/Automator, the workflow started behaving, and I was able to cut PDFs directly from the Print dialog.
- ExtraBITS for 14 March 2011 (14 Mar 11)
What to Do with Your Old iPad
Luckily, there's no need to deactivate an old device or anything like that; apps are tied to an iTunes account, not to individual devices. (iTunes accounts are tied to Macs, though, so if you ever get rid of a Mac, it's easiest to choose Store > Deauthorize This Computer before you reformat the hard drive.)