Help with PDF Files
Adobe Acrobat Reader
Some of the resources on this site are electronic versions (PDF format) of documents that were originally designed for printing. These documents can be viewed with virtually the same graphics, typography, and layout as the original printed version.
The PDF files available on this site can be viewed or printed offline using the Acrobat Reader. If you do not have this software, you can download it free from the Adobe Web site.
The Adobe Acrobat Web site contains instructions on configuring your browser to work with the Acrobat Reader and on support and update information.
Converting PDF to HTML
People with visual disabilities may choose to convert the Adobe Acrobat format to HTML. This service can be accessed through the Access Adobe Web site. The tools convert Adobe PDF documents into HTML text which can then be read by a number of common screen reading programs.