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 1. You may have your browser security settings set too high. I suggest that you set it to "medium".

2. You
may not have Adobe Acrobat Reader at all on your computer. To get your free copy go to

3. You may have
more than ONE version of Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer. If so, get rid of both of them and then install only the latest version for your system.

4. You may have a
firewall on your computer that does not permit downloads of files. Correct the settings or speak to your school technician about adjusting the firewall settings.

Refresh your browser in case that is interfering with something.

A Bit About PDF Files:

Portable Document Format (PDF) files provide consistent results when printed. A PDF document will have a .pdf filename extension (example: filename.pdf).

In order to view and print PDF files, you need
Adobe® Acrobat® Reader™ installed on your computer. Most computers already have this software installed, but if yours does not, you can download Acrobat Reader for free from the Adobe web site. Click the "Get Acrobat Reader" graphic below or visit

PDF documents can be
downloaded and saved to a local drive. Larger documents are best viewed and/or printed after downloading. If you would prefer to read a document off-line at a later time you should save the file to your computer.

How to OPEN:

Locate the file on your computer and then simply double-click it. The file will then open up in Adobe Reader at which point you will be able to navigate through the pages and print.

Internet Explorer Users: If you have Acrobat Reader installed, and are using Internet Explorer 5.5, you may have trouble displaying large PDF documents directly from the web. If any PDF link displays only a blank screen when clicked, right-click on the link (click and hold on a Macintosh), and save the file to your hard drive. Then open the PDF file in Acrobat from your hard drive.


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 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 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

·          You 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 instructions above).

Sometimes the screen may even say "done" when it is not done. So, please just wait patiently for it to download completely. Some files are about up to 7 MB in size and it will take some time for each to be saved to your hard drive.

·          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