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Problems reading .pdf files  

Problems reading Acrobat .pdf files.

If you are having problems opening the Adobe Portable Document Format (.pdf) files in your browser and you already have the Free Acrobat Reader program installed we suggest the following.  

The simplest solution is usually to use your mouse to "right click" the .pdf icon of the file you wish to read and then choose to 1. "Save Target as" in Internet Explorer or 2. "Save Link as" in Netscape Navigator to save the file locally to your hard drive

Once the file is on your hard disk it can be opened "locally" by double clicking on it. 

If the .pdf file still fails to open then this suggests that your copy of Acrobat Reader may need upgrading or alternatively may have become corrupt. In either case you will want to go to the Adobe site to download an updated version of the Acrobat Reader. 

If you would like to read more about specific browser-related problems and fixes please follow the links below. 

Acrobat PDF Files Are Blank in Internet Explorer 

Acrobat PDF Files Are Blank in Netscape Navigator 4.5


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