SRP Adobe acrobat print to pdf gibberish site but it isn’t working. Other files might need to be downloaded manually. Check the instructions for your browser.
Using a different browser if your Internet connection allows it. Save Target As” or something similar. Downloading the ZIP version of a file, if available. ZIP version, you will need to unpack the ZIP. I select a link and I get a screen with gibberish.
You may need to tell the browser to download the file. If the file is a ZIP archive, make sure to unpack it first. Excel files, many spreadsheet programs. Microsoft offers free viewers for Microsoft file formats.
It is possible that the file did not properly download. What file formats are used on the SRP Web site? There’s more than one file format available for a document. Which one should I use? Note: Icons are not always used with file links. Format used by most Web pages. Can be viewed by any Web browser.
Cannot be readily edited or modified with the free reader. PDF document is set up with such form fields. Allows editing or customization of the document. Retains basic text formatting information. Can be used many word processor programs.
Fall back choice if one doesn’t have a Word-compatible program. Loses basic text formatting information. Can be used in practically any word processor or other programs. Used for usually for financial or other numeric data. Used for “slide show” type of presentations.
Provides some file integrity error checking. Requires a ZIP compatible program to unpack the archive. Provides a data image of a CD-ROM. Must have a CD-ROM writer drive to create the CD-ROMs. Not difficult to use but may be confusing for novices. What are those Acrobat PDF files? Adobe maintains a Web site to help people with PDF accessibility.