Viewing PDF Files

The Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) is compatible with most computer printers.

You need an Adobe Acrobat Reader to see the files
If you do not have the Adobe Reader installed, get a free copy here!

You have the Reader, but can't view the file online

  1. "Right" click on the link and choose "Save Target As" (IE) or
    "Save Link As" (Netscape) menu option.
  2. This downloads the PDF file directly to your hard drive and bypasses the Reader plug-in that's in your browser.
  3. After downloading, click on the file and the Reader should automatically open allowing you to view the file.
  4. If you're still unable to read the file, you may need to upgrade to a newer version of the Reader. (See link above for a free Reader.)

If you still can't get it to work,
contact us and we will be happy to postal mail you an Order Form.

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