How can I read the articles on my iPad or smartphone?
Webpage: downloading to iPad to read offline: iSaveWeb Lite. There is a free version and directions are clear and easy.
PDFs: On iPad, iTouch, iPhone: You should
have no trouble reading pdf files if you follow these instructions. 1.
If you have iBooks (free app), you can download the pdf to your iBooks
library for easier access. 2. You can purchase the GoodReader app ($4.99
as of 3/8/11). When you first open a pdf article posted on our website,
copy the URL. Open GoodReader and paste the URL link on the Web
Downloads control panel.
GoodReader is a robust PDF reader with
advanced reading, annotating, markup and highlighting capabilities,
excellent file manager, TXT file reader and editor, audio/video player,
Safari-like viewer for MS Office and iWorks files. More info
On Android version 2.1 and higher smartphones: buy ezPDF app ($.99 as of 1/31/11)
PDF Viewer - ezPDF Reader - Most Featured and Best Rated PDF Viewer. More info
How do I get Adobe Acrobat so I can read PDF articles?
To get Adobe Acrobat so you can read PDF articles, simply download the free program.
Can I download the articles to my computer so I can read them off-line?
Yes, you can download articles onto your desktop. You can use the "Save as" function or other ways to do so. You can also copy the articles on to a CD, if you prefer to store them that way. While you can read the articles off-line, you will need to ...
I cannot access the articles that are formatted in PDF. What should I do?
You need a PDF Reader, such as Adobe Acrobat, so you can read PDF articles. Adobe Acrobat is free and can be downloaded here.
Navigating Courses in My Account - course materials, posttest, evaluations, cert of completions
First, sign in to your account at https://ce.zurinstitute.com/attendee/mycme/mycme.jsp (upper right hand link in our site all pages) using your email and password you created. You will land in your account at "My Courses". Find the course you want ...
I can't print the articles from the online course I ordered, what should I do?
Most course articles are posted online in html or PDF format. They are simply (basic) web pages and therefore you should be able to print them without any problem. Generally, printing is controlled by your computer rather than by Zur Institute, ...