A copy of Acrobat Reader, in both Windows and Macintosh versions, can be downloaded from Adobe's Website. As of this writing, Version 3.0 is the latest version.
You will also need to be sure your browser is configured to save Acrobat files. Otherwise it may bring the file into your screen as a text file, full of PDF/PostScript commands; i.e., it won't display the image. It might be possible to save this text file and then open it successfully in Acrobat Reader, but I haven't tried this.
It is possible configure Netscape to display PDF files by using Acrobat as a "Helper," but I've had problems with this and don't recommend it (I don't know about other browsers). Just download the file and then run the Acrobat Reader to display and/or print the image. You can also use the zoom feature of Acrobat Reader (the tool that looks like a magnifying glass with a plus sign in it) to enlarge sections of the image on the screen.
A. Reeves, Jr.
July 14, 1997