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Using Adobe Acrobat
Some documents in this site are stored in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). This file format is used to store document with complex formatting that the authors would like to preserve (typically text in several columns and mixed with a number of graphics).
Files in this format will have the PDF symbol next to them. To view and print PDF files, you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed: click the link below to download the software:
Alternative ways to view Adobe Acrobat documents
This website uses Adobe Acrobat to show certain documents. If you can't use Acrobat Reader to see these documents (for example, if you use screen reader software of an audio-enabled web browser), Adobe provide a free online tool which converts them to text.
To use this service, send the web address (URL) of the Adobe Acrobat document you want to read through the web form (http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/access_onlinetools.html).
The service will return the document to you as a web page (HTML) or as plain text. Alternatively, you can choose to get it emailed to you as an attachment.
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