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Are you having trouble viewing or downloading Portable Document Format (PDF) files on this web site? This section provides guidance on how to successfully access these important documents.
You must have the Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to view files saved in PDF format. You can determine if this application is installed on your computer by searching your files/folders for "Adobe Acrobat Reader". If you don't have this application, use this link to download the free version of Acrobat Reader 5.0.
Use your mouse to single right click on the file you wish to obtain. You should see a menu with a "Save to..." option. Choose this option, and save the file to your computer (either to a disk or to your hard drive).
ATTENTION MAC USERS: To download files:
Hold down the button with the mouse pointer over the file you want to download until a list of menu options appears.
From this menu, choose the "Save to..." option, and save the file to your computer (either to a disk or to your hard drive).
Your browser options may not allow for the downloading of PDF files due to system security issues. You may need to contact your systems support staff to find out if you can reset your browser options to accommodate PDF files.
You may be more successful if you save the files to your hard drive and open them after exiting your Internet browser.
You are selecting the File, Print command from your browser. You must select the Adobe Print button (underneath your browser buttons) to print out the entire file.
Your browser is not configured to automatically open PDF files. You must save/download the files as described above to save these files to your hard drive and then open them using Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Content Last Modified: May 2, 2003
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