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Adobe Acrobat Reader 7
When you install Adobe Acrobat Reader on a system that includes a browser, you automatically configure the browser to open PDF files within the browser window.
You can also download a PDF file directly to your hard drive from the link. (If you want to open and view the PDF file after downloading it, you must have Acrobat or Acrobat Reader installed.)
To download a PDF file from a link:
1. Right-click the link to a PDF file, and then choose "Save Target As" from the pop-up menu.
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RealPlayer® — The free version of RealPlayer lets you play the latest media formats and is required to view some of the streaming video presentation included with this site.
QuickTime 7 — The free version of then QuickTime Player lets you play the latest media formats and is required to view some of the streaming video presentation included with this site.