This page contains information on our web site, explaining navigation, download procedure, and other aspects of the Contemporary Map Index that may be a source of confusion.
for Map Usage
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|Below is an example of the layout used throughout the Contemporary Map section.|
|Right-click on the PDF or JPEG link, and choose "Save Target As..." The option may be slightly different depending on your web browser.|
| If your wish is to view the map in your
web browser, then the JPEG format would be the best choice (once you download
and install Acrobat Reader, you will be able to view PDF files in your web
browser by way of a plugin).
For printing, the PDF format is optimal. To view and print PDF files, you must use Adobe's free Acrobat Reader. You may download either a Mac or a PC version by following the link below:
|Guidelines for Map Usage|
All maps on this site may be used free of charge, providing that two conditions are followed:
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|We have made every effort to preserve the original quality of our online products. Unfortunately, as in any form of digital conversion, a loss of image quality or minor displacement of objects is possible (typefaces and color information are common victims of this). We will make every effort to correct these problems as notified. Email us at .|
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