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"Lists for Muddle Management"
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The eBook will be downloaded as a self-extracting zip file. This means that we have compressed the file to make it faster for you to download it, but you will have to uncompress it before you can read it. You will not need any special software to decompress the file — it's an easy matter of double-clicking the file name and letting the program do the rest.
The file is 2.25 MB in size. With a high-speed connection such as cable or DSL, it will take up to 3 minutes to download the file. With a dial-up connection, it may take up to 10 minutes for the download to complete.
To actually read the book, you will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader Software installed on your computer. Many people already have this software installed, but if you don't, you can get a free copy of it by following the link provided below.
To download and read the eBook, follow these steps:
Mac users, please skip to this section. Users with high-speed Internet connections (cable, DSL, or T1) may also wish to skip to this section.
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Attention, Mac Users:
The self-extracting file will not work on your system, so you will need to download the uncompressed version of this book, which will take longer. To download the file "MuddleManagement.pdf" click here with your mouse button. This file is 2.93 MB in size. Once you have downloaded the book, you may simply open it with your Adobe Acrobat Reader software.
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