I see a blank screen when I click the link for one of your pdfs..
1/ Do you have Adobe Acrobat or Reader installed on your system? If not.. click here to download Adobe Reader (it's free).
2/ If you DO have Adobe Acrobat or Reader installed.. it's possible that it is not configured to open in your web browser... do this: a/ Open Adobe Acrobat or Reader, go to the Edit file menu on top and choose "Preferences", then "Options". (Older versions may be different) Now make sure that all the 'Web Browser Options' boxes you see are checked. Close Adobe Reader, close your browser, and restart your machine. b/ If this doesn't work.. you can download the pdf file directly to your machine... Do this: For PC users: RIGHT CLICK on the link to the pdf document. Choose "Save Target As" and save the file to your computer (like in My Documents). Open the folder where you saved the file and double click on the file (it should open up in Adobe Reader now). Else open Adobe Reader, click File>Open and find the file you downloaded into your My Documents folder, then click "open". *This worked on an older PC of ours.. so try it!
I can open the file.. but I can't see all the type or pictures..
It's very possible you have an older version of Adobe Reader, and many of our files are created on 5.0 or later versions.
Open up your Adobe Reader program from your start menu (PC) or applications folder (MAC) and click "Help>About Adobe Acrobat" (PC) or Apple menu>About Adobe Reader (MAC). This should tell you what version of Adobe Reader you're running.
If it's 6.0 or lower, you should probably update it to 9.0 or 10.0 (check the system requirements on the Adobe site first)