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View and download files

Portable document format (PDF)

Most of the publications on our website are provided in PDF format. To view PDF documents, you will need to have Adobe Reader installed. You can download this free of charge from the Adobe website.

If you are unable to view PDF documents, please contact us and we will endeavour to meet all reasonable requests for a hard copy version free of charge.

Use the Adobe Reader to:

  • View a document by selecting the link text. The document will load into the reader.
  • Save a document for later viewing by right-clicking your mouse on the link text and selecting Save Target As and saving the file in your preferred location.

If you have a Macintosh with a single button mouse:

  • Save a document for later viewing by holding down the control key while you click your mouse on the link text. Select Save Link As or Download Link to Disk and save the file in your preferred location.

Microsoft Office files

To view, save and print Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files you will need Microsoft Office on your computer. Alternatively, you can download Microsoft Office viewers free of charge for:

  • Word (.doc files)
  • Excel (.xls files)
  • PowerPoint (.ppt files)

To view Word, Excel or PowerPoint files:

  • View a document by selecting the link text. The document will load into the reader.

To save Word, Excel or PowerPoint files:

  • Save a document for later viewing by right-clicking your mouse on the link text and selecting Save Target As and saving the file in your preferred location.

If you have a Macintosh with a single button mouse:

  • Save a document for later viewing by holding down the control key while you click your mouse on the link text. Selecting Save Link As or Download Link to Disk and save the file in your preferred location.
Last updated: 21 December 2011

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