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If you have not downloaded and installed version 5.X of the Acrobat Reader, now might be a good time. Older versions of the Acrobat Reader may have problems properly displaying files created with the current version of the software.

Summer/Fall 2018 Newsletter

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You may reprint any article from the ICRM newsletter, ProfessioNotes, but we ask you to include an acknowledgment that the reprinted article first appeared in ProfessioNotes, and note the date of the newsletter issue in which the article appeared. For example, at the end of the reprinted article, you could add: (Reprinted with permission from the Spring 2009 issue of the ICRM's ProfessioNotes newsletter). The electronic versions (Microsoft Word) of each newsletter article or column are usually available from the editor.

Please send us a copy of the publication in which the reprinted article appears. Our newsletter editor and authors like to know where their articles are making guest appearances. Please send an electronic copy of the publication and other requests to the ICRM President-Elect at

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Past publications of the ICRM newsletter are being made available as Adobe PDF (Portable Document Format) files. To read or print the PDF files, you must have the Acrobat Reader software installed on your computer.

There have been reports of problems opening PDF files from the ICRM site, primarily when using the MS Internet Explorer browser.

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