Getting Adobe Reader to View and Print PDF Files
Adobe Reader is a separate application produced by Adobe Systems Incorporated. It allows users to view PDF format files.
To install Adobe Reader, visit Adobe Reader's download Web page and follow the instructions on the site. During installation, Reader will integrate ("plug-in") with your Web browser (Netscape, Internet Explorer, etc.). That is, the program will automatically start when you open a PDF file by clicking the filename. If you experience problems using Reader, see Problems Using Adobe Reader with Web Browsers.
If you encounter problems opening or printing any PDF files on this Web site using Adobe Reader, first be sure that you have the latest version installed. Visit Adobe Reader's download Web page to get the latest version.
If you have the latest version of the product and still have problems, visit the Adobe Reader Support site for help with the following issues:
- Problems with downloading and installing;
- Printing problems;
- Configuring your Web browser to display PDF files;
- Enabling your browser to use Reader as a helper application (PDF files will then appear in a separate window instead of within the browser window).
If you are still unable to open the PDF files provided on this Web site please seek SEER's technical support.
By linking to the Adobe Reader Web site, SEER is not endorsing its products and services, and is not responsible for the content of the site.