Acrobat Reader 9.3.3
Do I need Acrobat Reader?
It enables you to view many of the important files that you might find on the Web. Files that you will find in Adobe’s PDF format are common documents like IRS forms, reports etc..
What is Acrobat Reader?
Acrobat Reader is free software provided by Adobe for viewing Portable Document Format (PDF) documents. Many documents are saved in this format to preserve their intended look-and-feel, to simplify their printing, and to quickly make them available electronically.
How does Acrobat Reader work?
The Acrobat Reader is a software application that displays and prints documents saved in PDF format exactly as the author designed it, without needing to have the same application or fonts used to create the file.
Once you have installed Acrobat Reader on your computer you can use it with Netscape. When you first click on a PDF document link on the web, Netscape will prompt you to either pick an application with which to view the document or to save it to your hard drive. Selecting the Acrobat Reader application will download a local copy of the PDF file to your hard drive and automatically launch the Acrobat Reader software to display it. You can delete the local copy of the document after viewing. Acrobat Reader also provides a plug-in for Netscape that allows you to view PDF files directly in Netscape without downloading a local copy.
How do I get the free Acrobat Reader software?
Acrobat Reader is standard software for viewing PDF files. You can get this software
Download from Adobe’s website.
What is a Portable Document Format (PDF) ?
The document is in Portable Document Format, or PDF. PDF documents retain the original formatting of the program that created them (e.g., PageMaker), but don’t require end users to have the creation program to view the document. PDF documents require the free Acrobat Reader software for viewing.
What is the benefit of using PDF?
PDF makes it easy to put existing electronic documentation onto the Web. Electronic documentation (such as Word documents or PowerPoint presentations) can be quickly converted into PDF. Using Acrobat Reader anyone can view PDF documents directly in Netscape or print them in their original form without requiring the original application software.