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Readme_AR1.rtf --- Contents of this document:

OPERATING SYSTEMS
WHAT GETS INSTALLED?
INSTALLING / UNINSTALLING ACROBAT PRODUCTS
SPECIAL NOTE FOR WINDOWS XP USERS
OBTAINING HELP

A. OPERATINGSYSTEMS
Documents on this CD are Adobe® PDF file types. The CD will “autorun” on most Microsoft Windows operating systems. PDF files may be opened and viewed using any computer or operating systemon which any Adobe® or Acrobat® Reader® product is installed. Version 5 or higher is recommended. The main menu file for this CD is: MainMenu_05FullEG.pdf
B. WHAT GETS INSTALLED?
No programs areinstalled and no files are transferred to a computer using this CD.
This CD must be in your CD drive to view the files.
The optional installable program on this CD is the U.S. English/ version ofAdobe Reader 7.0.2 for Windows® 98SE®, ME®, NT®, 2000® and XP®. This installation file is located in the Programs folder on this CD.
C. INSTALLING / UNINSTALLING ACROBAT PRODUCTS
To assure you installthe correct, most current version (for your operating system and language) of Reader, it is strongly recommended that you download the installation file from the Adobe web site:http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
If you are a Windows NT, Windows 2000 or XP Pro user connected to a network, you may need to contact your network administrator to complete the installation of theAcrobat program.

Adobe STRONGLY RECOMMENDS removing previous versions of Acrobat or Adobe Reader before installing new.
Please be sure you uninstall ONLY Acrobat or Adobe Reader! Using Add/RemovePrograms. Files on this disc will not replace the functionality of any level of Acrobat products other than Acrobat/Adobe Reader.

D. SPECIAL NOTE FOR WINDOWS XP USERS
If you have installedService Pack 2 (SP2) for Windows XP (Home or Professional) you will be aware of the very high level of security enforced by the system. It is particularly aggressive in protecting you against “active...
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