|What is pdf?
- PDF is a graphically oriented file format designed for electronic
interchange; it was developed by Adobe Systems Inc. for use with
its Acrobat software.
- With a PDF file, you can display or print any page in a publication
in a form virtually identical to the page that appeared in the
publication (including richly formatted text, graphics, and colors).
- The PDF format is derived from PostScript, the page description
language developed by Adobe, but a PDF file is much smaller than
a corresponding PostScript file, so it is more suitable for electronic
|What is the Acrobat Reader?
- Adobe has released a free Acrobat reader for PDF files.
- With the Acrobat reader, you can view and print PDF files.
|To download Acrobat Reader:
the free viewer for PDF files from Adobe Systems
|To read a pdf
- click on the pdf file hyperlink - on our site it looks like
|To download a pdf file:
- in Internet Explorer: right-click the pdf file
hyperlink and select "save target as"
- in Netscape: open the file and select "file/save
file as "