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Some documents are available in Adobe PDF format. This is a universal file format that allows you to read, print or download a document from on-line while maintaining the fonts, graphics and general format of that document. To view a PDF document, you must have Adobe" Acrobat" reader installed. Readers are available at no charge for computers that use DOS, Macintosh, UNIX and Windows operating systems.
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If you are using Internet Explorer or AOL, you may get a blank page when you try to open a PDF file.
This problem occurs when Acrobat or Acrobat Reader opens inside your browser window rather than in an Acrobat window. There are two ways to solve this problem.
Save the PDF file:
Re-configure your Acrobat:
The next time you select a link to a PDF file in Internet Explorer or
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