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Guide to U.S. GLOBAL TRADE OUTLOOK 1995-2000

Published by the International Trade Administration of the Dept. of Commerce, the U.S. Global Trade Outlook 1995-2000 "provides an assessment of America's place in the global economy by highlighting growth and trade trends in key countries and sectors." GTO is the successor to the reference source U.S. Industrial Outlook. The text includes topical articles supplemented by statistical tables. In addition to the text, there are three data appendixes which provide economic and trade data, bilateral trade balances between the United States and other countries and selected foreign trade highlights. Also available in print at Reference C 61.34/3:995-2000.

GTO is searchable using Adobe Acrobat software although not all of Adobe Acrobat's features are available for this document. The following instructions are unique to GTO:


The Screen:

There are two components to the screen: the document area in the main window and the toolbar, which spans the top margin of the document frames.

The Toolbar:

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Click the Page Only button to view the document in a single window.
Click the Bookmarks and Page button to view the overview and document windows. "Bookmarks" is a term in Adobe Acrobat that refers to the content categories.
Click the Thumbnails and Page button to display small images of each document page in the overview window. Click on the "thumbnail" image to go to that page of the document.
Select the Hand button to move a document to within the document window. Use the Hand to "grab" the document page and drag as needed.
Select the Zoom buttons to magnify or reduce the page image.
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Click the Go Back or Go Forward buttons to retrace your path used in searching.
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Click the Fit Width button to make the width of the document image fit within the document window.
Use the Find tool to search for terms or phrases within a document. A box will appear in which the terms may be entered.

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