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From: Sarah (for Teacher2Teacher Service)
Date: Jun 28, 1998 at 11:03:34
Subject: Re: Business Mathematics

IRS forms and publications can be downloaded from the Web in a variety of 
formats.   See:

http://www.irs.ustreas.gov/plain/forms_pubs/index.html

Here's what the IRS offers:

Download Current Year Forms and Publications

Forms and Instructions
  Select from a list of forms and instructions displayed in form number 
  order. 

Publications
  Select from a list of publications displayed in publication number order. 

Search For a Form or Publication
  Enter a keyword or partial filename to find the form or publication you 
  need fast. 

Expert Interface
  Connect directly to our FTP server; no fluff, no frills, no file 
  descriptions. This is not for the faint-of-heart! 

Forms and Publications by Date
  Select and download multiple forms and publications from a list sorted by 
  date. Most recently modified forms and publications are displayed first. 

Forms and Publications by Number
  Select and download multiple forms and publications from a list sorted by 
  form or publication number. Lowest number forms and publications are 
  displayed first.
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Acrobat Reader, which allows you to see and print forms in PDF format, is 
free from Adobe:

http://www.adobe.com/prodindex/acrobat/readstep.html

 - Sarah, for the Teacher2Teacher Service

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