Obtaining these files requires Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0. This freeware application can be used as both a internet browser plug-in or as a stand-alone program. Follow Adobe Systems' downloading instructions and program documentation to properly install Acrobat Reader on your system.
To view a PDF in your browser window, click on the file link and the Acrobat Reader plug-in will automatically load and display the file. Before you begin, please be sure to note the estimated download time (with a 28.8K modem) of each image.
To save time, you may wish to save the PDF files to your hard drive and use the stand-alone application to view them. To save the PDFs to your hard drive, click and hold on the link to the file. (Use the right mouse button on Win95/NT PCs.) Choose the "save file as" or "save link as" option from the drop-down menu. You will be prompted for a destination for the PDF. (Win95/NT users should save the files with a .pdf extension.) After saving the file, click on the alias/icon. Acrobat Reader will launch and open the PDF for viewing.
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