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PDF File Questions & Answers
What is a PDF file and how do I view it?
A PDF file is created in the "Portable Document Format" a different type of format than a Web page. (Web pages are displayed in HTML, hypertext markup language.) While Web browsers, such as Internet Explorer or Netscape, work fine for viewing a Web page, an additional program, Adobe Acrobat Reader, is required to view PDF files within browsers. Acrobat Reader is free from Adobe Systems.
Why do some PDF files take a long time to open?
What are the advantages of using PDF files?
Why do I get a blank page when I click on a PDF?
Recognizing that many of our current and potential customers possess various disabilities, the OWRB has made a concerted effort to make our Web pages meet the priority 1 checkpoints of the W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0.
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