Using PassPorter PDF File

We create handy-dandy Adobe PDF files filled with information and/or tools you can use to plan your vacation. 

If you're unfamiliar with PDF files, don't worry -- they're very simple to use. PDF stands for "Portable Document Format," which is the standard for electronic documents worldwide. A PDF file preserves all the PassPorter-style fonts, formatting, and graphics so these add-in pages blend right in with your other PassPorter pages. PDF files are also small in size, so you won't spend a lot of time downloading. You do need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader (free from Adobe) and access to a printer to make the most of these files.

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Updated 03/04/04

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  How To Use a PDF File

A. First, check your computer to ensure you have Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 or higher. This is a free program and it is needed to read PDF files. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, you can download it for free from

B. Download the PDF file you want to your hard drive. If you're on a PC, position your pointer over the PDF File link, click the right button on your mouse, wait a moment, and select Download (or Save As, or Save Target As) from the menu that appears. If you're on a Mac, position your pointer over the PDF file link, click and hold until a menu appears, and choose Download from the menu. You may need to specify where you want the file to go.

C. Open the PDF file on your hard drive in Adobe Acrobat Reader.