The example on the right shows the results of a search performed for author
"Miranda". You should be able to download the full text of the
first article (Spectral properties...) as the
"Article" button indicates. |
The same button shows the second article (Revisiting...) cannot be downloaded through MathSciNet.
In about 5% of the cases the Article button is "on" but you are still denied access. For many articles the "Article button" is "off".
You may still be able to download your article through the library's "ejournals" homepage or other archives.
5A....for opening your article with acroread......depending on your setup the so called DOWNLOAD WINDOW may appear showing the name of the file you have just downloaded and offering you to open or remove it.
Click here to see the DOWNLOAD WINDOW.
6A. So click "OPEN" ...... wait a little bit ... and you can start reading!
5B. ... for saving your article to disk...... the next window appearing will offer you a filename and a folder to save your article to.
Click here to see what that window looks like and where you can change the filename and the folder.
6B.Click here to see what that window looks like if you choose to manipulate what folder to save to.