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4 Easy Steps

 Instructions to Download the Acrobat ReaderTM

 First click the link on the next line, and then follow the steps below:  http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2_allversions.html  

1.

When you click the above link it opens in a separate window, making it easy to switch back and forth to read these directions. In this example the XP version is showing. If you have a different version such as Windows 98 or 95, or any other, click the little down arrow and choose your version.

Click Continue

 

 2.

Adobe Reader 7.5 is already clicked in the left column, that is ok. However there are two items clicked in the right hand column. If you don't want them, just unclick them, they are not necessary for the Acrobat Reader. (They just want you to get more "stuff.")

Click Download

 

3.

On this screen, just click Save


4.

Choose where you want to save the program. 

In the File name box, it gives you a long string of words,  change it to something easier to understand and find again (as shown.)  Then click Save. It will automatically add the .exe extension to the name, and the Acrobat program will begin to load.

 

That's all. You're done. 
The Acrobat Reader program is now on your hard drive and you 
are ready to download any file that ends with
.pdf - such as my book.
The book has a download link and when you click it, it will 
access the reader program itself without any further 
help from you and open up on your screen.



 Details about the book: The book is 76 pages and the 3 bonus lessons add about another 25-30. So altogether you will be printing out a little over 100 pages. If you don't want to print it out yourself, you can copy the file to a CD or Disk and take that to, Kinko's, Office Depot, Office Max, or any copy shop and they can print it out for you from the disk or CD. Their regular copy charges would apply. I don't have the book in hard copy so I have none to mail out. 


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