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Here's an explanation of the graphic links at the top right of some of NCSET's Web pages.

E-mail this page

Selecting the E-mail This Page link will open a pop-up window that allows you to easily e-mail a link to the page you were on to a friend or colleague. You will need their e-mail address and your own e-mail address in order to use this feature. Otherwise, the link is automatically inserted into the e-mail. Most pages on the NCSET Web site offer this feature.

Printer-friendly format

Selecting the Printer-Friendly Format link will open a page that contains the same text as the page you were on, but with wide page margins to maximize printing space and save paper (if you choose to print it). Currently, only NCSET's publication pages offer this feature.

Download PDF

Selecting the Download PDF link will launch your PDF plug-in, such as Adobe Acrobat Reader (if you have it on your computer) and open the file in PDF format.

The PDF format preserves the original layout, graphics, and fonts intended for viewing the file as a printed document. This is the preferred printing option when sharing information about NCSET at major conferences and events.

To download a PDF, you will need a PDF plug-in, such as Adobe Acrobat Reader, installed on your computer. Click on the below links for more information.

If you are unsure if you have a PDF plug-in installed on your computer, go back to the previous page and select "Download PDF." If the PDF file appears on the screen, you don't need to download the plug-in and can use this feature on this Web site. If you get a message indicating you need to download the plug-in, follow the instructions on the download page.

It is not necessary that you view PDF files of NCSET materials. All of our documents are available for printing and downloading without this plug-in. It is simply a matter of preference.

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