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A Note on PDF Documents

 

Note: If you are having trouble viewing any of our PDF files, it may be because we are utilizing accessibility features that don't work in the older versions.  You will typically need Reader 5 or higher. Save-enabled PDF forms will require Adobe Reader 7 or higher.


Site for downloading the free Adobe Reader

Purchasing Adobe Acrobat

Accessibility

Online Conversion Tools for Adobe PDF Documents
 

Site for downloading the free Adobe Reader


Download the free Adobe Reader from www.adobe.com


Purchasing Adobe Acrobat

Note: All of our forms require only the free Adobe Reader version.  For nonfillable forms, you will print and then fill out the form.  For fillable forms, you can fill them out and print them, but most of them you cannot save.  With Adobe Acrobat 8 and higher you will be able to create forms that can be saved in Adobe Reader 7 and higher.

If you are interested in purchasing the full version of Adobe Acrobat, please visit:
http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/main.html
The full version allows you to create PDF files, save form input information, etc.
 

Accessibility

The full version of Adobe Reader includes features that enhance the accessibility of PDF documents.

Online Conversion Tools for Adobe PDF Documents

These online tools will convert to text Adobe PDF files that are in English and most West European languages.