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Why We Use PDF and Adobe Acrobat Reader

PDF stands for Portable Document Format. It is a way to save a document so it can be viewed and printed out by you in the way the author intended, regardless of whether you're on a Macintosh, a Windows PC or a Unix machine.

PDF was created by Adobe Systems Incorporated. You can read more about PDF at Adobe's website and at hundreds of other sources that tell you how wonderful PDF is as a universal document transmission and exchange program.

As a LawyerTrialForms customer, all you need to know is (1) every form and book in our inventory is available in PDF. And (2) to view PDF files, you just need Adobe Acrobat Reader on your PC.

The reader is free and is already on a quarter billion computers, and probably on just about every lawyer's office computer (if for no other reason that most courts are requiring PDF format in electronic filing of court documents).

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