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  Frequently Asked Questions:
Q.1: I cannot download a PDF file. Instead, I get a page of computer gobbledigook saying I don't have permission.

Q.2: I have found an error in the journal webpages, or I have found a typo in a NZJFor PDF. Who should I tell so the errors can be fixed?



Q.1: I cannot download a PDF file. Instead, I get a page of computer gobbledigook saying I don't have permission.

Only individual and institutional members have access to the PDF articles of issues ≤ 3 years old. When you try to download a recent PDF, you should get a box asking for your username and password, unless you are working from a computer that has an IP address identifying it as being part of the network of a institutional subscriber. If you work at an institution that is an institutional member of the NZIF, you should be able to access all of the latest PDFs from any networked work computer (if you cannot, have your IT person contact the NZJF Webmaster and we will set it up). If you are a member and you do not have a username and password, or your username and password are not working, please contact the Webmaster.

Q.2: I have found an error in the journal webpages. Who should I tell so the errors can be fixed?
All the contents and abstract webpages are dynamically generated from a large central MySQL database of citation information. We have run several careful proof-reading sweeps through the database, but with so many articles, there will certainly be a few errors left to catch.

If you find a web or PDF error, please let us know and it will be corrected. Please email a description of the error, or suspected error, to the Webmaster. When describing the error, make sure to include the web address of the webpage, or the file name and page number of the PDF file.