PDF - Acrobat Reader
A number of documents are available in PDF format, a format which can be read on all computers, Mac, PC or Unix, if the Acrobat Reader program (free-of-charge) is installed on your computer. Documents in PDF format maintain original appearance on the screen and when printed.
Acrobat Reader is from Adobe, and you can download the program from Adobe's website.
Get the latest version of Acrobat Reader
After you have downloaded, Acrobat Reader must be installed on your computer. Then just click on the PDF symbols and Acrobat Reader will open automatically so that you can read the document directly in your web browser. If you run into a wide table that is positioned edgeways, you can turn it in the right direction with a button in Acrobat Reader (version 4).
With Microsoft Internet Explorer, PDF files can be downloaded on your computer by right-clicking your mouse, choosing "Save Target As", and saving where you like on your computer.
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