1. You may have your
settings set too high. I suggest
that you set it to "medium".
A Bit About PDF Files:
How to OPEN:
If you are experiencing problems viewing or downloading our .pdf files, here are some things you might want to try:
· You may not have “unzipped your file if it is named with an extension of .zip. Go to www.winzip.com to get your free version of the program.
· Decrease your browser security settings to “Medium”. (Go to, Tools, Options, Security…)
· If you get error messages this usually means that you have MORE than ONE version of Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. What you need to do is delete them both and then re-install the latest version appropriate for your version of Windows.
· Make sure you have the latest version of the Acrobat viewer installed (5.0 or 6.0). You can get this software for free at www.Adobe.com. This is the most common solution to the problem of viewing the .pdf files. If you have trouble installing or using Acrobat Reader, please visit the Adobe support page at http://www.adobe.com/support/products/acrreader.html.
may see a blank page
when you try to view a PDF file after clicking on a link to a PDF
file. This problem occurs when Adobe Acrobat Reader opens inside of your
browser window rather than as a separate application. You may want to
save to disk and then open the file (see
· AOL users, please use Internet Explorer browser to download your files and NOT the AOL browser.
· Check to see if the document has opened in a different window. Try minimizing your open programs one-by-one, in case the file is open where you can't see it.
· The PDF must fully download before you can view it. So if you have a slow connection or the server is very busy or the PDF is very large you may receive a blank window until the PDF will display.
· Refresh the window you are viewing.
file in another web browser (Netscape or Internet Explorer), if you have
HOW TO PRINT
When printing Adobe Acrobat PDF files from within your web browser, do NOT use the web browser print facility. Instead, use the print button at the left end of the special Adobe Acrobat tool bar, which appears immediately above the viewing window (see illustration to right). You will then get a "Print" pop-up window which will give you several options, including the option to print the entire document, or you can specify 1 or more pages to print.
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 have Acrobat Reader installed but have trouble printing a particular document, try selecting "Print as image" when your system displays the print options window.
I can open and view
a PDF file, but am unable to print it successfully.
I'm able to print a
PDF file, but the page prints slightly smaller in size than expected.