To access PDF Files, Adobe® Acrobat® Reader software must be used. If you
currently have this software installed on your computer, you can use it to view
or print PDF Files after you have downloaded them. Your browser may already be
configured to use the Adobe® Acrobat® Reader as a "helper application," so that
you can automatically view a PDF File when you select it.
If you do not have the Adobe® software installed, your browser may give you
the option of downloading and saving PDF Files for later viewing and printing.
In this case, you do not need to configure your browser, but you will still need
to have the Adobe® software installed in order to access the downloaded PDF
It is also highly recommended that PDF Files be printed on a PostScript®
printer, if one is available. Although PDF Files may print legibly on other
printers, a PostScript® printer will ensure a correct rendering of the document.
If you do not have the Adobe® software installed, you can install it by
downloading a free copy. Please note that the system requirements for this
software are: 4 MB of RAM, 5 MB of hard disk space, plus 7 MB of additional
temporary disk space available during installation. For instructions, go to the
Adobe® site at www.adobe.com/prodindex/acrobat/readstep2_allversions.html
Accessibility: Online conversion tools are available from Adobe® to
help visually disabled users convert PDF documents into either HTML or ASCII
text, which can then be read by a number of common screen reader programs. Go