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The T2202A file is in a secure PDF format and, therefore, MUST be opened using the Adobe Reader application.

(Usually the forms for the previous year will be available by the end of February.)

On a Windows PC, we recommend that you download and save the file.  Then using your Windows Explorer software you want to find the file and double-click on it.  If the file opens in any application other then the Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat, then you need to close the application and download and re-install the Adobe Reader application.  This should take back the ownership of the PDF documents, and also ensure that you have the latest version of the software installed.

On a Mac computer, the default viewer for PDF files is the Mac Preview program.  The Mac Preview app does not display the data in a secure PDF file. To fix this

  • download and save the file.  
  • Find the file in the Download directory and right-click (or control-click) on the document and select Get info.  
  • In the window that opens find the sections called "Open with:".  Change the application to Adobe Reader
  • This file will now open properly.  

If Adobe Reader is not listed, then you need to download and install the Adobe Reader before proceeding.

Detailed instructions on how to change a Mac so that it uses Adobe rather then "preview" can be found on the Art Institute of Chicago's web site here -

You can download the latest version of Adobe Reader for your computer (Both Mac and Windows PC) here:

Adjusting the Zoom

  • There is an Adobe glitch whereby the page might not be rendered properly when it is first opened.  
  • Simply changing the Zoom to ANYTHING else, which will cause the page to refresh and the contents will be displayed.



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