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Instructions for Downloading


Personal Computer (PC) Users

These instructions apply to Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0
Details may vary with other versions and/or other web-browsers.

Two ways to download:

1) Right click on your music score selection and then left click "Save Target As". (This is the preferred method, since the file name of the music score will be presented as the default file name.) 
Select the folder where you wish to save the document by setting "Save in:" to point to the desired folder. (We recommend creating a global folder named "PDFmusic" with sub-folders by category type within that folder.)

The default document name (this is our name) is shown in "File name". Use it or change it to your own file name, but ensure that it retains a "pdf" extension.

Click "Save". The file will now download. When you see "Download complete", click "OK".

After exiting the web-browser, locate the file through either Windows Explorer (double click on the file name) or directly through Acrobat Reader (use "Open..." under "File" in the top tool bar).

2) Left click on your music score selection.
Adobe Acrobat Reader opens the document within your web-browser and displays it based on its current view settings. Using the tools of Acrobat Reader, you can navigate through the file for viewing, print it while on line, or save it to a folder. 
To save the document: Click the leftmost button (just right of the Adobe logo) on the top tool bar. 

Select the folder where you wish to save the document by setting "Save in:" to point to the desired folder. (We recommend creating a global folder called "PDFmusic" with sub-folders by category type within that folder.) 

Replace the "*" with the file name you wish in "File name:" and remember to preserve the "pdf" extension. 

Click "Save". Your document is now saved. Click "Back" in your web-browser to continue.




Macintosh Computer Users

These instructions apply to Netscape 4.0. Details may vary with other versions and/or other web-browsers.

Click on your music score selection.

1) If your web-browser is NOT configured to accept Abode Acrobat (*.pdf) files, you will be given the choice of saving the file.
Select the folder where you wish to save the document by setting "Save in:" to point to the desired folder. (We recommend creating a global folder named "PDFmusic" with sub-folders by category type within that folder.)

The default document name (this is our name) will appear in "File name" preceded by the full web-site path name. Change it to the default file name or your own file name.

Click "Save". The file will now download.

After exiting the web-browser, locate the file through either "Find" (double click on the file name) or directly through Acrobat Reader (use "Open..." under "File" in the top tool bar).

2) If your web-browser IS configured to accept Abode Acrobat (*.pdf) files, your selection will be opened.
Adobe Acrobat Reader opens the document within your web-browser and displays it based on the current view settings of your Acrobat Reader.

Using the tools of Acrobat Reader, you can navigate through the file for viewing, print it while on line, or save it to a folder.

To save the document: 
Click the leftmost button (just right of the Adobe logo) on the top tool bar.

Select the folder where you wish to save the document by setting "Save in:" to point to the desired folder. (We recommend creating a global folder called "PDFmusic" with sub-folders by category type within that folder.)

The default document name (this is our name) will appear in "File name" preceded by the full web-site path name. Change it to the default file name or your own file name.

Click "Save". Your document is now saved.

Click "Back" in your web-browser to continue.



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