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Text appears as lines:
If the text in your browser appears as lines instead of readable text, go into your Acrobat Reader outside of your browser (you may have to save the file to your desktop and then open it), press Alt+F+F+G, and the General Preferences box will open. Uncheck the "Use Greek Text below" box, and you should be able to view the text on the screen.