Download Documents’ Viewers




Graphene's network web pages are viewable like any standard HTML page, but some are related to files that may require additional software downloads to run programs or browser plug-ins.  Make available below the proper software or plug-in for the type of file you are attempting to open.   Please note that part of these links take you away from this website.


Saving files of our website in your system




To save any of the files you have opened on our website, you can use the programs' save function, being sure to save the file in a different folder, like "My Documents", than the temporary one it was opened in.  You can save the files by right-clicking on the link and selecting else of:

  • "Save Target As", in Internet Explorer;
  • "Save Link As", in Mozilla Firefox;
  • "Download", in Safari.


View Microsoft™ Office™ 

Viewers for Microsoft® Office™ documents can be freely downloaded following these links:

                                                               Microsoft Word 2003 Viewer








Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 Viewer                              



Autodesk™ AutoCAD™ viewers







A viewer for Autodesk™ AutoCAD®  DWG™, DXF™ & CSF™ documents in Windows™ Operating System, can be freely downloaded following the link:

                                             FreeDWG for Windows


A viewer for Autodesk™ AutoCAD® DWG™ and DXF™ documents in Mac® OS X 10.6 or later Operating System, can be freely downloaded following the link:

                                   progeCAD Viewer DWG for Mac OS X





Adobe™ Acrobat Reader™

get_adobe_reader

The most updated version of Adobe® Reader®, whatever your Operating System, is available for download here:     


     



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Subscribe to RSS feed

and subscribe to the feed.  Once subscribed, the RSS feed will update the latest publications for you.


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