Are you having trouble viewing or downloading Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files?

To view PDF files you will probably need the latest version of Adobe Reader. If you don't have this application, please download the free version of Adobe Reader.

Viewing PDF files in your browser

Click on the PDF file you wish to view. If your computer is set up to automatically open PDF files in your browser, you should be able to view the file in a few seconds. If this process takes longer than a minute, we suggest you save the file to your hard drive and open it with the stand-alone version of Adobe Reader.

Saving PDF files to your hard drive

PC USERS: Use your mouse to right-click once on the file you wish to view. You should see a menu with an option to "Save Target As... " (Internet Explorer) or "Save Link Target As... " (Netscape). Select this option, and save the file to your computer in a location you will remember, renaming if necessary.

MAC USERS: Hold down the "option" button and click link to the file you want to download and a list of menu options should appear. From this menu, choose the "Save to... " option, and save the file to your computer in a location you will remember, renaming if necessary.