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Adobe PDF Tips
Download the free PDF Reader: Click
then look for it on the Adobe page.
If PDFs appear blank or black, you will need
to updgrade your Acrobat Reader.
Downloading pdf files to your computer, then
going offline to read it, can save you connection time. A
single right click (or left click for a left-hand mouse) will
popup a window that lets you "save as target." Choose
where you want the file to go in your file system so you can
find it later.
(All links will open in a new browser window)
Acrobat Reader Tutorial: How to use Acrobat Reader
to view PDF documents http://w3.aces.uiuc.edu/AIM/scale/tutorials/Acrobat/index.html
Athabasca University Counselling Center - Study-related Resources
Athabasca University Alumni Relations: Employment
UK site filled with articles about getting the best student experience
Cheap Software For Students
Educational pricing on popular software packages, including Microsoft Office
CIO.com (communications technologies online publication)
Concordia University Libraries: Citation & Style Guides
Council of Alberta University Students (CAUS)
also see: Tuition Cause.
Mastering Exam Anxiety
Microsoft Download Centre: Upgrade Internet Explorer
Netscape Browser Central: Upgrade Netscape for
Tucows Software Library: free or shareware (the
more cows, the better)
Win Zip - Handy file compression/decompression
utility. Great for packing large files for email.
ZDNet (information technologies online publication)
Zone Alarm - Excellent free firewall software
- a must for high speed connections