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|What are PDF files ? ||Adobe has created a type of file that looks the same on any computer when opened with Adobe Acrobat Reader. These files allow for special tables, graphics, and typefaces that cannot be created any other way for the World Wide Web. Adobe named this type of file Portable Document Format or PDF.|
|Do I need special software to read PDF files ? ||Yes, you'll need to download (free) the Adobe Acrobat Reader to read these files. You can follow this link to the Adobe download site, which includes instructions about installing the Reader software.|
|Are electronic publications available on CD-ROM? ||No, we have discontinued the quarterly production of the Army Electronic Library (AEL) CD-ROM (EM 0001). The CD-ROM publication EM 0001 is no longer available through subscription. |
|Unable to open a PDF file, all I get is a blank page.||There is a 6.0 Adobe problem that requires a fix [12/18/2003]. According to Adobe, the Acrobat 6.0.1 and Adobe Reader 6.0.1 updates fix a number of problems discovered after Acrobat 6.0 and Adobe Reader 6.0 were released. One problem of note is the PDF files could not be opened from secured (HTTPS) Web sites that use Netegrity site management software (such as AKO). Please review the Adobe Downloads page to reassure you have the latest files Adobe Downloads.|
|I can't find the publication or form listed on this web site. How can I check to see if it is still available or current?||You should always check with your local publications control officer, DOIM or check the DA PAM 25-30 to determine current availability. Please note; NOT every document is available in electronic format. Record details found when searching the Index 25-30 will indicate availability of electronic files and the web site the file can be located on if available.