Adobe Acrobat Reader


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Adobe Acrobat Reader

The software that displays and prints Adobe Acrobat documents (PDF files). Adobe Acrobat Reader is available free for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS. Since its 1993 introduction, more than a billion copies of the program have been downloaded. Its official name is Adobe Acrobat Reader DC (Document Cloud). The DC means that cloud features are available for users with the paid Acrobat Standard or Pro software. See Acrobat.
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EVERYTHING IN THE TEACHER TOOLS AREA is in PDF format, which opens with Adobe Acrobat Reader (a free program available on most computers].
The 2-volume set, Clinical Avian Medicine, is also available in a CD-ROM version, formatted for use with Adobe Acrobat Reader 6.0 or higher (available online as freeware).
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The British Film Institute's Web site explores various gateways into the study of film, and while many of the teacher resources on this site must be ordered, two downloadable PDFs (require Adobe Acrobat Reader) provide basic strategies for working with film, along with suggestions for each area of the curriculum, including visual arts.
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