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You may have noticed that the Enlightened Times has undergone significant changes from previous years.  As part of our effort to cater to an increasing number of people using electronic devices, we are trialling a special PDF version, designed for screens.

You can download it by following the link below. There are two versions – High quality (large file size) and Normal quality (small file size).

Please complete the feedback form to help us improve the next edition.

 ET – Issue 4 Summer 2017 (High quality) (36MB)

 ET – Issue 4 2017 – Summer (Lower quality) (5MB)

We have received requests for an electronic copy of the print version:

 ET Issue 4 Summer 2007 (Website) (8MB)

The PDF is quite large. Please be patient as it may take some time to open.

Feedback

The newsletter was designed to make it easy to read on a variety of different screen sizes. As this is the first issue, we would appreciate it if you provide feedback using the form below:

  • This is not necessary if you enter a phone or tablet make and model are entered. For desktops and laptops, common resolutions include: 1366x768, 1920x1080 (1080p), 2560x1440 (2K), 3840 x 2160 (4K).
  • Please select an option that most closely matches your experience
  • Please enter your name and email address if you need a reply relating to your feedback.

Tips

Some PDF readers automatically highlight website and email addresses. Temporarily disabling this feature (if possible) will greatly improve the experience. This can usually be controlled in Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS PDF readers.

All email address and website addresses in the newsletter are active, and can be followed. Following an email address may not be reliable if you use a webmail service such as Gmail, Hotmail or Yahoo.

The newsletter is designed to be viewed in “Single Page View”, at 100% zoom level. In Adobe Acrobat, this can be checked / set via the View menu:

The newsletter contains Bookmarks, which enables you to quickly jump between section:

Saving the PDF

To save the PDF onto your desktop PC or laptop, right click the link and choose the Save option. This varies, depending on the web browser that you are using:

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