The links below are sample files that will enable you to view what our MonkeyNotes and Barron's Booknotes look like in the various formats (currently PDF and RTF) and to test your ability to view the same.
*Remember, our PDF files must be viewed with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader program. The RTF versions are viewable in any word processor.
The PDF format requires the free Adobe Acrobat Reader program to be installed and running on your computer in order to view. The RTF (Rich Text Format) version is viewable with any word processing program..
For the PDF format, please remember you need to have the Free Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to view these PDF format files.
To download the files, you should right click on the link and select either:
Save Target As (For Microsoft Internet Explorer/AOL) or
Save Link As (For Netscape) from your right click menu.
Then save the file to a location of your own choosing on your hard drive. For example, you may wish to save it to a folder or directory that you have named "booknotes" or anything else.
For the PDF format files: After you save the file from our site to your hard drive, you will "launch" or "open" the file using Adobe Acrobat Reader. You may also try to launch the file by simply double-clicking on the file name within your windows explorer file manager.
If you receive a warning that says that the format is not associated with any program, that means that you need to download and install the free Adobe Acrobat reader. If it works, you're set.
For the RTF format files: After you save the file from our site to your hard drive, you will "launch" or "open" the file using any word processor program on your computer. Locate the file using the File/Open menu selections and the file should load within your word processing program. You may also try to launch the file by simply double-clicking on the file name within your Windows Explorer file manager (not the web browser).
For the DOC format files: After you save the file from our site to your hard drive, you will "launch" or "open" the file using your Microsoft Word program or any other word processor program that is able to view MS Word .DOC format files.
We realize these instructions may sound involved and lengthy, but we want to make sure that everone can understand how it works. If you are one of those "newbies" and are confused by the process, just email us at email@example.com and we'll assist you all we can. Once you go through the process once, you'll be fine.
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