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  1. How do I download/ use a .pdf file ?
  2. Where can I find Adobe Acrobat Reader?
  3. What browser settings are required to use this site ?
  4. I have forgotten my password/ userid. How do I get it back?

How do I download/ use a .pdf file?

You can know a particular link is for pdf file or not, by placing your mouse pointer over the link, the status bar should indicate a filename ending in .pdf. If you have the acrobat plugin enabled in browser you can click the link to view the file. To download right click the link and select "Save Target As .." from the popup menu. Pdf format enables to print the content with original formatting, fast download and prevention from accidental change. To open a pdf file you need Adobe Acrobat Reader (v4.0 or higher for files in this site).

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Where can I find Adobe Acrobat Reader ?

This is a common freeware program and available from many sources. CDs provided with various computer magazines, internet connections are likely to have them. You can also download it from the internet even from many non adobe site. The adobe link is http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html

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What browser settings are required to use this site ?

Most of the pages, including the Home page can be browsed without any specific requirement, even with the highest security setting (most basic functionality) of the browser. Few pages require client side validation. In addition, Bengali pages require font downloading option enabled. Both requirements are absolutely safe. The site is optimized for Internet Explorer which is used by 99% users in this part of the world.

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I have forgotten my password/ userid. How do I get it back?

If you have an administrative membership please contact the director and tell him to authorize and forward your request by email to the webmaster.

In case you have a student account, apply again through the online form and if possible intimate the DDE, NBU office about your application by some other means.

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