# How do I print a PDF that opens within a web browser (i.e. Mozilla, Firefox)?

The web browser may be configured to open a pdf file within the web browser. Adobe Acrobat may open within the browser window. If this happens, then the Adobe menu items will appears beneath the browser menu items. (See picture below):

To print, click on the Print Symbol (if you are in a Web Browser) or click on File->Print The following window should show up:

# What do I do if my screen freezes up when viewing a pdf from mozilla?

It seems to be a bug with Mozilla that is causing screens to freeze.
1. Make note of the name of the machine you are on.
3. ssh into the machine that is frozen
4. type

pkill -9 -u your_username mozilla

br> 5. This should kill the mozilla process that is running and your screen should return to normal.
If not, type

# How do I create a PDF (Adobe Acrobat) file from a dvi or PostScript file?

To create a pdf from a PostScript document (ps), use ps2pdf

user@surrey[1015]: ps2pdf test.ps
user@surrey[1016]: file test.pdf
test.pdf: PDF document, version 1.2


To create a pdf from a TeX, use pdftex or pdflatex