Trouble Reading PDF Files?
What is a PDF file? The Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file that can be easily downloaded and opened up on any type of computer using the free Adobe Reader. The benefit is that no matter which computer you are using, the document will appear just as the original looked. Our Congress Registration Guidebook, as typical with many large reports and forms, are published as PDF files and require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to be read. PDF documents are the web equivalent of the original printed pages.
To be able to read PDF files:
Download the free Adobe Acrobat Reader from Adobe Systems at http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
Once you have the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed, PDF files will automatically open in your browser when you click on a linked file with the .pdf extension.
Still Having Trouble Reading PDF Files?
As of September 2008, their latest offering is version 9.0. And all Congress 2009 PDF materials we have uploaded are using Adobe version 9.0. You will need to be using the latest version of Adobe's PDF Reader.
Also, let us know where you're having trouble? Email us and tell us which file you are having trouble with (and the page where the link appears) , your computer type (PC or MAC), and the version of your Adobe Reader.
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