We have put some files on-line in PDF format.
PDF stands for Portable Document Format. The PDF file format was developed by Adobe Systems Incorporated. It allows a document to be viewed and printed at high resolution on any system, retaining original graphics and fonts, even if the fonts are not installed on the viewer's system.
Generally you need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader, a free program, installed on your computer to view PDF files. If you do not have this program click on the link to get it and install it on your system. Note that the latest versions of Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer have plug-ins to view and print PDF files.
Note on Printing: In some cases, in a Windows environment using Internet Explorer, you need to use a specific icon to print PDF files. Using the File:Print command or File:Print Icon will produce unintelligible results. See the figure below to see which button to use to print a PDF file with Explorer. (Note: The latest versions of Internet Explorer may have resolved this problem.)
Use the icon circled in the figure for printing PDF files.
Note on Saving: When a PDF file is displayed in its own Internet Explorer window (as illustrated above), Internet Explorer's File > Save As... menu will not correctly save the PDF file to your disk. You can save the PDF file to your disk as follows: