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Help With Downloads

There are a number of different file formats available for download on the Communities and Local Government website. All downloads feature the name of the format and the file size within the link title.

You can download free viewers for each of the downloadable formats from the sites linked below:

Downloading a document

If you are using a Windows PC right click on the link and select:

  1.  Save target as' - Internet explorer, Netscape, Opera
  2.  Save link as' - Mozilla Firefox

If you are using a Mac:

With mouse over the link use the 'command' or 'apple key' and 's' to save the page/link - Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Safari.


  • Adobe - Acrobat Reader Download

    PDF files - created using Adobe Acrobat - retain the formatting of the printed version of a document in an easy to download, single file. To view PDF files you need the Adobe Acrobat Reader, the latest version is free to download.

  • Adobe Accessibility

    Users with visual difficulties may also find it useful to investigate services provided to improve the accessibility of Acrobat documents.

  • Microsoft - Excel Viewer Download

    Microsoft Excel Viewer allows you to open, view, and print Excel workbooks, even if you don't have Excel installed.

  • Microsoft - Powerpoint Viewer Download

    Microsoft Powerpoint Viewer allows you to view PowerPoint presentations without having the PowerPoint program installed.

  • Microsoft - RTF (Rich Text Format)

    A RTF file is a format that lets you exchange text files between different word processors in different operating systems, for example, a document created in Word 97 on Windows 95, saved as an RTF file, can be opened using WordPerfect 6.0 on Windows.

  • Microsoft - Word Viewer Download

    Microsoft Word Viewer allows you to view, print and copy Microsoft Word documents, even if you don't have Microsoft Word installed.

  • Winzip Download

    Zip files are single files, sometimes called 'archives', that contain one or more compressed files. Zip files are smaller in size which makes them easy to transport, email and download. Evaluation versions can be downloaded from this page