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The last three editions of the Holt Chronicle are always available for download on our website.

The files are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. For further assistance with downloading

please read the guidance notes below the links.


The Holt Chronicle

The Holt Chronicle

14th May (24.5Mb)

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The Holt Chronicle

The Holt Chronicle

The Holt Chronicle

The Holt Chronicle


Tips for downloading and reading PDF files

The downloadable editions of our publication are in PDF format - PDF stands for Portable Document Format. To read PDF files you need to have a copy of Acrobat Reader on your computer, available free of charge from Adobe.

Most computers these days come with the Adobe Reader already installed, but if you haven't got the software on your computer - or you want to get the very latest version of it - visit the Adobe website, where you can download the software you need free.

To download Acrobat Reader click the following link which will open in a new window:

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Please note that it is not necessary to download the Adobe Yahoo! Toolbar and Adobe Photoshop® Album Starter Edition as suggested at the Adobe download page. These additional (optional) downloads are selected by default and can be safely deselected.


Printing and Saving PDF files

Once you have opened a PDF file you can either read it on-screen or print a paper copy.

The Adobe Reader lets you zoom in and out of the PDF so you can make text and images bigger and easier to understand. The zoom tool is a small magnifying glass with a cross symbol in it (to zoom in) or a minus symbol (to zoom out). It looks like this:

image of the zoom icon in adobe reader

If you want to save a copy of a PDF file to your computer, click on the 'Save a copy' button, then choose somewhere to save it to. You will then be able to read the information without having to stay connected to the Internet. The button looks like this:

image of the 'save a copy' button in adobe reader

Files can be saved to your computer for reading at your leisure offline. Right click the file you wish to download and select the "save target as" command.

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