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Our Newsletters are PDF files. Instructions on how to read PDF files are at the bottom of this page.
Depending on what device/operating system/browser combination you are using, any one of a number of PDF viewing apps will be used. The following advice assumes that you have latest versions of various browsers.
Where Adobe Reader is mentioned below, if you don’t already have it installed, it may be installed from http://get.adobe.com/reader/ (there is no need to install any “Optional offers” included.)
Windows 7 and earlier
Using Internet Explorer browser – you will need to have Adobe Reader, or some other application capable of reading PDF files, installed on your device.
Using Firefox browser – Firefox now uses an inbuilt reader, but you can change this to Adobe Reader if you wish. Read more here …
Using Chrome browser – Chrome uses an inbuilt Google reader app, but you can change this to Adobe Reader if you wish. Read more here …
Using Internet Explorer – the file will open in the Windows 8 Reader app. You can change this to Adobe Reader if you wish. Read more …
– How to use Microsoft Reader app
– How to change the default to Adobe Reader (video)
Using Firefox or Chrome browsers – as for Windows 7 (above)
Using Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge browser – the file will open in the Windows 10 Reader app. You can change this to Adobe Reader if you wish, as in Window 8 (above).
Using Firefox or Chrome browsers – as for Windows 7 (above)Apple Mac
Adobe Reader is not needed, the app “Preview” which comes with OSX, automatically opens PDFs when you click on themSmart Phones & Tablets
Your browser should open the file. You can also download the Adobe Reader app on most devices.