Information About PDF
Adobe Acrobat’s portable document format (PDF) files are widely used on the Web because they preserve the original appearance of the printed document. To access these files, you must have the Acrobat Reader installed on your computer, configured to work with your browser. When viewed or printed in the Acrobat Reader, the document appears as it does in the hard copy version.
Many PDF documents contain bookmarks to the major sections. If the bookmarks are not visible when you open the file, select the bookmark button in the Button Bar of the Acrobat Reader. Just click a bookmark to jump to the corresponding topic or section in the document. To view sub-topic bookmarks, click the triangle icon at the left of a bookmark.
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