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Downloading Files/Adobe Reader

What is a PDF document?

PDF is an acronym for documents created in Adobe's Portable Document Format. The PDF format simply converts information into an electronic format. Adobe Reader is required to open PDF documents on your computer.

How do I know if Adobe Reader is installed on my computer?

Click on the sample provided below.

Sample PDF

The Sample PDF does not open on my computer

You must have the latest version of the Adobe Reader software installed on your computer, which is free and available for download at www.adobe.com.

Adobe Reader is installed on my computer, but I am having problems viewing PDF files

You may experience problems viewing PDF files if the version of Adobe Reader on your computer is not the latest version available on www.adobe.com. Follow these steps to determine which version is installed on your computer:

  1. Open Adobe Reader on your computer
  2. Click on the Help menu, then select "About Adobe Reader..."
  3. The version is listed as "Adobe x.x.x mm/dd/yyyy" (where x is the version installed on your computer, and the date is when Adobe released the version). Write down this version.
  4. Visit www.adobe.com and compare the version on your computer to the latest free version of Adobe Reader available for download.
  5. If you need to update the version on your computer, follow the download and installation instructions on Adobe's Web site.

What kinds of PDF files are available on TMM's Web site?

TrackMeetManager offers a variety of PDF documents on our Web site, such as heat sheets, brochures, forms and more.

Please note that accessing a PDF document may be somewhat slower than accessing documents provided in other formats such as HTML.

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Internet Cookies

Web sites use cookies for a variety of reasons, such as retaining personalized settings for future visits. Although most cookies are anonymous, some Web sites may use them to collect and store your personal information.

Since the use of cookies varies by site, it is important to review the privacy and security policy of each site you visit to review the use of cookies.

TMM never uses cookies to collect or store your personal or financial information.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file containing alphanumeric information that is placed on your computer by the Web site you are visiting. The cookie can only be read by the Web site that created it.

Cookies are not programs

Cookies are not programs that run in the background on your computer gathering personal information about you and the other sites you visit.

Two types of cookies

  • Temporary or Session Cookie - Stored on your computer only for your current browsing session, and is deleted from your computer when you close your browser.
  • Persistent Cookie - Stored on your computer after you close your browser, which allows your preferences for that site to remain for future browsing sessions.

How Web sites use cookies

  • Cookies are most often used to gather basic information, such as the type of browser you use, how much time you spend on the site, etc.
  • Web sites with secure pages can use cookies to recognize users who have logged in and allow them access to many different pages of secure information without having to log in for each new page.
  • Cookies may be used for unscrupulous purposes, so it is always a good idea to read the privacy and security policies for each Web site you visit to find out how your personal information is collected, stored and used.

How does TMM use cookies?

We use cookies to facilitate your use of our Web site. These cookies do not collect or contain any personally identifiable information.

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Technical Support

Computer Requirements:

Our site is best viewed with 32-bit color and 1024x768 resolution.
Note: Your monitor must support at least 256 colors and 800x600 resolution.

Web Browsers:

We require users to access their accounts online with one of the following:

  • Firefox (version 1.5 or later)
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer ( for Windows - version 6.0 or later)
  • Safari (for Mac OS X - version 2.0 or later)
  • Mozilla (version 1.7 or later)
  • Netscape Navigator (version 8.0 or later)
  • Opera (version 8.0 or later)

TMM requires use of a browser with 128-bit encryption, one of the strongest encryption levels available, and Secure Sockets Layer v3 (SSL v3). Visit the Mozilla, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera, or Netscape Web sites to upgrade your browser to 128-bit encryption and SSL v3.

Operating System Platforms:

  • Microsoft Windows 2000/XP or later.
  • Macintosh OS X (10.1) or later.

Software:

The latest free version of the Adobe Reader software is needed to view PDF files.

Internet Connection:

TMM requires you to have in internet connection. Although our site will work with a dial-up connection, we recommend a high-speed internet connection to take full advantage of all the features of TMM.

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