The font size is too small for me to read from the screen, what do I do?
PDFs are designed to be printed out and read, but if you prefer to read them online, you may find it easier if you increase the view size to 125%.
What paper size do you use? This web site originates from Australia. Therefore the page size is set to standard A4 size (210 mm x 297 mm). The Adobe reader can print either onto this size paper, or can be made to fit onto what ever size you chose, such as "legal" or "letter". Alter "Paper Scaling" from the "Print" dialogue to "Reduce to Printer Margins". Note also the Australian English is used which is based on the British system with the Macquarie Dictionary spelling usually being used.
I cannot print the PDF
a) Try printing one page at a time or use a
b) Try saving the file to disk before printing.
After downloading, I can't open the PDF file with Acrobat Reader. I get a message: 'There was an error opening this document. Could not repair file.'
It's likely that the file was incompletely downloaded, or corrupted during the network transfer. It would be best to try a fresh download of the file. If that does not work, please send me feedback and I'll investigate.
I'm having problems downloading PDF files. My browser downloads only part of the file then stops.
This problem is frequently caused by unusually high network traffic, and the best solution is to try downloading the files at a time when transatlantic network traffic is lighter. The webserver for Life–Everlasting is in the United States.