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Viewing and downloading PDF files

While this department has taken every possible precaution with the creation of these files, they are downloaded and used at your own risk. Adobe Reader is required to open and print Portable Document Format (PDF) files and is free to download here. Various tools to enable access to these files for people using a screen reader can be found here.

To view a PDF document, simply click the link text or picture. To save a document for later viewing, right-click your mouse on the link text or picture and select Save Target As. You can then save the file in your preferred location. If you have a Macintosh with a single button mouse, hold down the control key while you click your mouse on the link text or picture. Select Save Link As or Download Link to Disk and save the file in your preferred location.

Viewing and saving Microsoft Office files

To view, save and print Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files you will need either Microsoft Office, or the free Microsoft Office online viewers, installed on your computer. You can download the free Microsoft Office online viewers from the links below:

To view a Microsoft Office document, simply click the link text or picture. To save a document for later viewing, right-click your mouse on the link text or picture and select Save Target As. You can then save the file in your preferred location. If you have a Macintosh with a single button mouse, hold down the control key while you click your mouse on the link text or picture. Select Save Link As or Download Link to Disk and save the file in your preferred location.

Last reviewed
11 October 2011
Last updated
7 March 2012

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