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Should the picture or document reproduction quality on your screen be poor, distorted or fragmented, you may correct the anomaly without resorting to frustrating geeks.

Ironically, the higher the quality of the document in the Technical Library, the more likely it is to be poorly-presented on your screen !  This is true of all Websites where high-quality Portable Document Format (PDF) documents are opened from within a Web Browser.

Documents may appear to be of poor quality using some browsers and on some operating systems, a reflection of the setup of your computer when opening a document within a browser environment.  The browser's sub-application, for example Adobe Reader when opened automatically by, and within, the browser, may not have been optimised.  It is not a reflection of the quality of the document itself.

Rather than reconfiguring your system, please try the following possibilities:

Using the ZOOM function on your reader will usually realise an enlarged and very clear document.
<View> <Zoom>, the Zoo
m In icon ( magnifying glass) on the toolbar, or equivalent, to zoom in.


Printing the document will yield a high-quality hard copy.


You may save the poor-looking document to your storage device (hard drive, memory stick) from within your browser sub-application viewer by selecting <File><Save As> or equivalent.  When you open it from your file manager (Windows Explorer), its appearance on your screen will be restored.


You may download the document directly to your storage device and open it outside the browser.  To download a document on mo
st browsers, with the pointer on the link Right Click with a PC or <CTRL> Click with a Mac.

You will see a menu appear.

Depending on your browser: select <Save Target As> , <Ziel Speichern Unter> or similar with Microsoft Internet Explorer, or <Save Link As> with Mozilla Firefox.  Choose a location on your storage device and save the file.   When you open the file from your file manager (for example Windows Explorer), its appearance on your screen will be restored.


Graphics, videos or any other files accessed by clicking a Web Page link may be downloaded by applying Procedure 4.
Graphics seen directly on a Web (HTML) page may be saved by placing the pointer on the graphic and applying the same procedure.  

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