The newsletter is stored in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). To
view these files, you must have the Adobe Acrobat Reader loaded on your
computer. The forms can be printed from the PDF files to your printer,
but many of the forms have tabs that go to the edge of the paper, which
most printers can't print. In order to print the tabs, you should check
the box marked "size to fit" in the print dialog box. This will slightly
reduce the scale to allow for the tabs.
To view and print a PDF file you must have the FREE Adobe Acrobat
Reader version 3. or later loaded on your computer.
Version 3 of the Acrobat Reader provides a major improvement over
previous releases of the software. When installed as a plug-in to your
browser, it gives you one page-at-a-time delivery of pdf files and lets
you use cross-document linking (bookmarks and internal document links).
You no longer have to wait for the complete document to load before you
can use it. The plug-in displays the PDF document inside the Netscape or
Internet Explorer (see note below) window rather than in a separate
To install the Acrobat Reader as a plug in, make sure Netscape 3.0
(or higher) or Internet Explorer 3.0 (or higher) is installed first,
then install the Acrobat Reader. Remove any existing application
definition for PDF files and close your browser. When you restart the
browser, it will recognize the Reader as a plug-in.
To download a FREE Acrobat reader, select the link below to connect
to Adobe's web site.
NOTE: Some versions of Internet Explorer will not work properly with
Acrobat Reader 3.01. Version 3.02 has corrected this problem. If you are
unable to view PDF files in Internet Explorer, download the latest
version and the problem will be resolved.