For the Macintosh, I recommend using Preview (which is installed by default on all OS X computer) to read .pdf documents.
For Windows, I recommend using Foxit Reader, this is a small fast loading reader of .pdf documents.
Of course, you can always used Adobe's Reader for both Macintosh and Windows.
Free tutorials from The Computer Guy @ Tek Speks are also available at my ScreenStepsLive site.
The following tutorials are Mac related and free to current customers of Tek Speks and members of Gainesville's Macintosh User's Group, please e-mail me for information on how to view them, email@example.com
How to create a .pdf with OS X (04.10.04)
Tutorial on how to use pop-up menus and The Application Menu in OS 9 (December 2001)
How to use Pop-Up Folders and the Application Menu (11.27.01)
Creating Aliases in System 7 - 9 and making your apple menu work for you. (09.07.01)
Netscape 4.7.x instructions of how to Get, Send, and Delete mail. (05.14.00)
To learn how to upload your documents to the internet you should use the FTP program called Fetch (currently at version 5.2.2). Fetch is a user-friendly Macintosh FTP client; it allows point-and-click, drag and drop file transfers to and from any machine with an FTP server, over a TCP/IP network. Fetch is free to users affiliated with an educational institution or charitable non-profit organization; all other users may purchase a license. More info on Fetch. This document is for Florida Digital Turnpike users, however you can still look at the document and fill in the necessary information for your ISP. (4.14.98)
Sometimes, starting up your computer is the hardest thing to do. Here are some keyboard shortcuts to help get you through the difficult times. (4.18.98)
Forget how to add a user to the address book in Netscape? Here is the .pdf document on how to enter a new user.
Need instructions on how to Get, Send, and Delete mail in Netscape 3.0x and lower?
More tips and tricks always coming.