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Portable Document Format (PDF)

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Alternative means of viewing PDF files

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Rich Text Format (RTF)

Rich text format, or RTF, is a document format that can be opened, viewed and printed using any PC-based word processing package.

Microsoft Word Document (DOC)

A document that can be viewed in Microsoft Word.

HTML Document (HTML)

A standard webpage viewed directly in your browser.

Microsoft Excel Document (XLS)

A spreadsheet that can be viewed in Microsoft Excel.

Microsoft PowerPoint (PPT)

Presentation which can be viewed in Microsfot PowerPoint .

Zipped PDF and RTF Formats

Some files are available for download in a compressed format (.ZIP files), which reduces download time. To decompress downloaded .ZIP files, you will need a decompressing application, such as WinZip. Once the files are decompressed, they can be opened, viewed and printed as above.

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Last Updated 18/10/2006