Design News Digital Edition FAQ

June 25, 2008

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Design News Digital Edition FAQ

All you need is a web browser and an Internet connection to receive your subscription to Design News digitally!

How do I get my issues?
Once you choose to receive Design News magazine in digital format, you will receive e-mail notification concerning each new issue, the moment it becomes available. You can instantly access your copy by clicking the link provided in the e-mail notification. You can save your issues to your hard drive for fast and easy accessibility. You can then read the digital edition at your leisure - just as you would with a printed magazine.

What are the system requirements?
Any computer that is capable of "surfing the web" can generally access the publication. It is suggested that readers have at least a 56K modem. Subscribers must have Internet Explorer 4 or greater, Netscape 4 or greater or AOL 6 or greater to access the digital edition.

Do I need to install a "reader" or special software?
No, you do not need anything special, just what's listed above.

Can I save my issues on CDs, zip disks, or floppies?

Can I print just one page?

Can I e-mail interesting articles to a colleague?

If I convert my subscription to digital delivery, can I ever change back to print?
You bet! If you are a subscriber to Design News, you can switch back to print or choose to receive your issues digitally at any time.

Do I have to be connected to the Internet to read my issues?
No. The digital version allows offline viewing, without having to download software. Subscribers only need to be online when they download the issue or to click a link for more information.

Who do I contact if I have a problem?
If you have any problems, you can contact the customer service department at [email protected].

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