Living with the internet: learning online
Living with the internet: learning online

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Living with the internet: learning online

1.1.10 Installing Adobe Reader

Adobe Reader is available here.

If you do not yet have Adobe Reader installed in your machine, you can download the software at http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2_allversions.html.

When you have installed the Adobe Reader you will be able to open the learning_styles.pdf file that you saved on your computer in the previous activity.

Use My Computer to locate this file, which you saved on your computer's hard disk.

If you followed my earlier instructions exactly, you will find the file on the C drive, in the My Documents, T180, course material folder.

Double-click on the learning_styles.pdf file.

This will start up Adobe Reader and open the learning styles file.

We will ask you to read this particular document in detail in the following section, so you do not need to read it now.

Although you can read a pdf file on screen, you may want to print a paper copy so that you can read it away from the computer. It is also easy to make comments on a paper copy.

Print out the learning_styles.pdf file

At various places on the OpenLearn site we have provided material in pdf format. You can save the files on your computer in the course materials folder you created earlier. You can also choose to print them, particularly if you wish to annotate them.

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