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Forms are available in portable document format (PDF), which allows them to be filled in, viewed, and printed with their original appearance preserved. Because PDF is a proprietary format created by Adobe Systems Inc., there are certain built-in restrictions on its use. The freely distributed Adobe Reader allows you to view and print PDF files, but you cannot save the files. In order to save a completed form, you must use the full version of Adobe Acrobat, which can be purchased from Adobe or from many computer software vendors. We recognize that using a restricted format inconveniences some users, but we weigh that inconvenience against the ease-of-use of the fill-in features of pdf files.

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Date Created: February 4, 2020