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A good portion of the documents on this site are offered in PDF format. These are usually identified using a small PDF logo (). In order to view these documents, you must have Adobe Reader (a.k.a. Adobe Acrobat Reader) installed on your system, and it must be configured for in-browser viewing (this is usually done automatically during installation).
If you do not have Adobe Reader installed on your system, you can download it for free by cicking on the following button:
For your convenience, all PDF documents on this site open up in new browser windows; the same goes for all links pointing outside this site's domain (i.e. external links ).
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