HOW TO DOWNLOAD & SAVE TO YOUR COMPUTER
Print this page
RIGHT click on the newsletter
hyperlink , e.g. October 2007 (4527 KB) to open a dialogue box.
LEFT click on "Save Target
As..." to download the file (a message will be displayed showing the
progress of the download).
A "Save As" dialogue
box will be displayed.
If necessary, LEFT click on the
"Save In" box & select "My Documents".
Ensure that the "File
Type" at the bottom of the box is set to "Adobe
Acrobat Document" or ".PDF".
LEFT click on "Save".
HOW TO VIEW THE SAVED FILE
Print this page (if not previously printed).
RIGHT click on the
"START" button in the bottom left of the monitor screen.
LEFT click on
"Explore" to open Windows Explorer.
LEFT click on "My
Documents" in the LEFT Column.
Look in the list of files in the
RIGHT column and locate the file name e.g. nc1007.pdf
(You may not see the ".pdf" displayed, don't worry about it, its the way your computer is set)
Double LEFT click on the file
name & the file should automatically open.
(If it does not, RIGHT click on the file and select "Open With" and click on your PDF viewer e.g. "Adobe Acrobat")
*To download this file you need pdf software such as Adobe Acrobat® Reader®. If you do not have Adobe on your Computer you can Download Free of charge from their web page, follow the instructions below.
Obtain the latest version from the Adobe web site by following the link.
You will only need to download and install the software once. The reader software is quite large and may take quite some time to download. Please be patient.
* Abode PDF
Adobe® Portable Document Format (PDF) is the open de facto standard for electronic document distribution worldwide. Adobe PDF is a universal file format that preserves all the fonts, formatting, graphics, and colour of any source document, regardless of the application and platform used to create it. Adobe PDF files are compact and can be shared, viewed, navigated, and printed exactly as intended by anyone with free Adobe Acrobat® Reader® software.
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