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How to Resolve PDF Issues with ANGEL

Recent versions of Internet browsers including Google Chrome and Firefox now come with built-in PDF viewers that can be used to display PDF files. However, some PDF files in ANGEL use special functionality that is only supported by the full version of the Adobe PDF Reader. If you are unable to see all content in a PDF file on ANGEL or experience issues with PDF files in ANGEL, you can try these steps.

1. Ensure that you have the current version of Adobe Reader installed on your computer. You can download it from: http://get.adobe.com/reader/

2. If you want to download the PDF file directly to your computer to view or save follow these steps on the file download page in ANGEL.

  • Windows Users: To download the file to your own computer, right-click the location link and select “Save Target As” or “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu. To attempt to view the file from its current location, just left-click the location link.
  • Mac Users: To download the file to your own computer, hold the “control” key down and click the mouse button on the location link, or right-click if you are using a two-button mouse. Then select “Download Linked File” from the pop-up menu. To attempt to view the file from its current location, simply click the location link.

3. If you want to use the Adobe Reader plug-in instead of the built-in browser PDF viewer, use the steps below to update your browser.

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angel/pdfplugin.txt · Last modified: 2014/06/10 14:10 by dhoenk