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Ian Gonzalez
Ian Gonzalez

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Here are all the files that are currently available to download. The Windowssoftware is packaged as zip files or in installers. Those marked ".exe installer" are self-extracting NSIS installers, and the ".msi installer"downloads use Windows' built-in installer.




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Volume 2 of the Sacramento City/County Drainage Manual can be downloaded here in PDF format. The Manual consists of 14 Chapters, the SDP and SACPRE programs, and a set of soil maps for the Sacramento County area. In order to make for easier download, the manual has been divided into parts.


The bulk of the manual (which includes all 14 chapters (without chapter 2 figures), as well as additional files and instructions for SACPRE and SDP) can be downloaded in a single 3.1Mb zip file. Or, download individual chapters, figures, and related programs from the listings below. A single file containing all Chapter 2 figures can be downloaded in either English units (3.8Mb) or SI units (3.7Mb). Soil type maps for Sacramento County are also available.


Which files should I download? Basically, if you want to edit the text in any way, you should use the Word Processor (RTF, MSWord, or WordPerfect) files. This would be the case, for example, if you wish to make service booklets where the text actually follows the order of service, or if you wish to substitute actual names in the services of Baptism, Marriage, etc. If, however, you want an exact (printable) copy of part of the BCP, you should choose the Adobe Acrobat (PDF) files.


For the ZIP files, just click on the file you want and then choose "Save to disk" (or similar), and the file will be downloaded to your computer. You will then need to uncompress it using PKUNZIP, Winzip (if you have Windows), Stuffit, or a similar utility.


Fonts: In order to minimize reformatting when using the RTF or WordPerfect files in a Word Processor, you will need to use the same font as was used in creating them. We have available for downloading a Garamond font for Windows which is both free (an important consideration!) and quite close in appearance to the font used in the U. S. Book of Common Prayer. It is a ZIP compressed file of four fonts of the Garamond family: normal, italic, bold, and bold italic. After downloading, you will need to uncompress it, and then install the files just as you would any other true-type font. Note: the MSWord files use the same Garamond font which is part of the standard MSWord/MSOffice installation. 041b061a72


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