Viewers and Browser Support Standards
DWD Website and Application Browser Support
DWD supports browsers that have a user market share of 5% or higher and support the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standard for Cascading Style Sheets. The W3Schools site shows the latest browser statistics.
The Adobe© Reader™ is free, and freely distributable, software that lets you view and print Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files.
If you are unable to view a PDF file with your web browser, you may download/save PDF files to your computer and open them with the free standalone Acrobat Reader.
With the help of converters and viewers from Microsoft© Office Update, you can share your Microsoft Office files with people who have different versions of Office applications, or even with people who don't have Office at all. Converters allow you to open files created by people using different versions of your Office programs. Viewers allow people who don't have Office programs to see your work. Simply provide them with the appropriate viewer along with your files.
Snapshot Viewer for MS Access - The Snapshot Viewer enables you to view a report snapshot without having the standard or run-time versions of Microsoft Access 97 through Access 2007.
Excel Viewer - With Excel Viewer, you can open, view, and print Excel workbooks, even if you don't have Excel installed.
PowerPoint viewer - PowerPoint Viewer lets you view full-featured presentations created in PowerPoint 97 and later versions.
- Microsoft Visio viewer - Microsoft Visio Viewer allows anyone to view Visio drawings and diagrams (created with Visio 5.0 through Visio 2010) inside their Microsoft Internet Explorer (versions 5 through 8) Web browser.
- Word Viewer - With Word Viewer, you can view, print and copy Word documents, even if you don't have Word installed.