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PDF Document Downloading Instructions
What are PDF Files?
PDF files are visually rich business documents suitable for viewing and printing across most platforms. PDF files can be viewed or printed with Adobe's Acrobat Reader.
To download a PDF document.
Simply click on the link for the document you want to view. If you have a Acrobat Reader installed, the PDF file will be downloaded and displayed in your browser window. You can save the displayed file to your hard disk in the normal fashion. If you do not have a Acrobat Reader installed, the PDF file can be downloaded to your hard drive. Once downloaded, the PDF document can be viewed whenever you obtain Adobe's Acrobat Reader.
Downloading Acrobat Reader [free]
To get Adobe's Acrobat reader, click on the icon or link below. This will direct you to the Adobe web site where you can download the reader free of charge.
Note: You must have an Acrobat Reader to view the PDF documents. Click on this link for procedures on downloading Acrobat Reader.
Trouble downloading documents?
The PDF's open in a separate window (so it does not detract from your page) and provides the option to allow you to save/print. Depending on your download speed it may take a long time to fully download the document. If you are experiencing trouble viewing the documents, you may be successful by using the "save as target" feature in Windows, (this also gives a real time look while your file is being downloaded).
To use the "save as target" feature:
Right-click on the link for the document, you will see a popup window like the one on the left.
Within this window, left-click on Save Target As... .
You will then see the 'Save As' window - this is where the file will be saved.
Note: Make sure to remember (or change) the location where the file will be saved on your local machine. You will need to be able to locate it once the download is complete.
Left-click on the Save button.