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On the pages of the document display for Image documents you can find the function Download with which you can save these documents in PDF format to your computer.

For Text documents you can create a HTML file with this function. This file can be saved on the local computer. We recommend using the function print or e-mail for these documents.



In order to make save image documents in PDF format, use the following procedure:

  1. In the toolbar of the page of the digitized document being viewed choose the link Download.

  2. A new window will open. It is possible to display up to 50 pages in PDF format. These can be saved, printed and also E-mailed if necessary.
    Enter the desired page number in the input field. You can enter individual page numbers or a series of pages, which should be separated by commas, e.g. 1,3,5-7,11-15. Please only enter numbers, and click OK.

  3. The selected page(s) will be opened with Acrobat Reader™. It may take a few seconds until all pages have been loaded completely.

  4. Use Acrobat Reader™ to view the page(s) and to print or save them.

  5. Close the window and return to the application.

Note: If Acrobat Reader™ is not already installed on your computer, visit the Website Adobe Acrobat Reader™ can be downloaded free of charge.



To save text documents in HTML-format please proceed as follows:

  1. In the toolbar of the document display of the text document being viewed choose the link Download.

  2. A new window will open. You have the option to either save the fulltext of the document or only its source citation. Make your selection and click OK.

  3. A window in your browser will open. Here you can specify if you want to view or save the document. Select "save" and click OK.

  4. Close the window and return to the application.

  5. Use the file manager to open the file you have saved. The file is named with the abbreviation DGO and the document title of the document. The file has the extension .html



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