Thank you very much for deciding to take a look at these two free issues of Bull Terrier Monthly, I do hope you enjoy them. They were the two biggest issues over the 10 year period and as such were the most difficult and time consuming to put together – but I think the end result was worth all the work and I’m sure you’re going to find them very interesting and well worth a read.
Just a word on the issues themselves, as with the whole set on the CD, these issues are in PDF format so you’ll need a PDF reader installed on your computer to be able to open and view them. Almost all computers come with Adobe Reader already installed, but in the event that you’re one of those who doesn’t have a PDF reader on your computer, then you’ll need to download and install one.
Go to Google and type in ‘Free PDF Reader’ and you’ll be presented with plenty of options – but Adobe Reader is the main one and considered the industry standard. As I say though, you’ve probably already got it installed and will be able to open the issues without any problem at all.
Both issues are quite large files, given that they are big magazines with many photographs – so you might find that they take a while to download. The time it takes will depend on your own download speeds as supplied by your Internet Service Provider – it could be seconds, it could be minutes or several minutes – but please be patient, they are worth it!
[headline_arial_medium_centered color=”#000000″]OK Paul, So How Do I Get Them?[/headline_arial_medium_centered]
[membership_download_item_pdf link=”http://www.bullterriermonthly.com/downloads/2issues/BTM50.pdf” + target=”_self”]Bull Terrier Monthly FREE Issue 50[/membership_download_item_pdf]
[membership_download_item_pdf link=”http://www.bullterriermonthly.com/downloads/2issues/BTM100.pdf” + target=”_self”]Bull Terrier Monthly FREE Issue 100[/membership_download_item_pdf]
All you need to do is right-click on the FREE Issue links above and select ‘Save Target As’ (Internet Explorer) or ‘Save Link As’ (Firefox), – or other browser equivalent. Pick a spot on your computer where to download them to (e.g. Desktop) then wait for them to be downloaded to their destination – that’s basically it.
I’m sure you’ll find the whole process very straightforward, but please don’t hesitate to get hold of me in the event you encounter any problems.
Thanks once again, I hope you like what you see…
Paul Johnstone – Bull Terrier Monthly