does my firm become a member? Simply contact Blake Nelson at 800-691-2334 x3 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information on becoming a member.
the difference between munidoc.com electronic files and their printed
counterparts? The two are identical in layout and content. In fact,
most of the printed official statements we produce are created from the
artwork created by the munidoc.com file.
are the benefits of using munidoc.com? Information traditionally available
only via printed official statements can now be distributed and read online.
Other unique benefits include:
munidoc.com documents are posted within 4 hours of release by counsel
in a Universal PDF file format
Documents may be downloaded and viewed from any Internet capable PC
CD-ROM containing the POS/OS and investor log is provided per issue
Printing costs are reduced
Distribution costs are reduced
are text searchable
table of contents allows quick access to all sections
to only those with the correct password (optional)
Faster distribution/Faster sales
Value-added service to your clients
tracking is provided to the managing underwriter for compliance requirements
and Proof of Delivery forms are emailed to the sales desk munidoc.com
mode of operation keeps the integrity of the salesman-client relationship
can handle multiple underwriters or selling group members separately
in order to keep proprietary investor information confidential.
a member, will I see significant cost increases associated with munidoc.com?
You may have slightly higher costs until a majority of your distribution
is through munidoc.com. However, the cost of posting documents is diminished
through lower printing and distribution charges.
are the security risks associated with munidoc.com? Every munidoc.com
file has the capability of being password protected and certain document
privileges (printing, copying text, etc.) can be limited or removed.
you offer confidential investor logs for issues with multiple selling
members? Yes. munidoc.com will setup separate access to the issue
for each member of the selling group.
munidoc.com user friendly enough for novice computer users? Definitely!
munidoc.com utilizes Acrobat PDF, an Internet
standard for document distribution.
underwriters/financial advisors/issuers archive past issues on munidoc.com?
Yes. Contact munidoc.com today for a quotation to convert your pre-electronic
disclosure documents to electronic form. Once converted, these documents
may be archived on your website or a custom-developed site hosted by munidoc.com.
long are munidoc.com issues posted on the website? All munidoc.com remain
on the website for 60 days from the date of the final document. Beyond
60 days, archiving fees apply. Contact munidoc.com
for more details.
do I download and print? For PC Users: using your mouse, right
click on the desired Document Link on the Issue Detail page. A menu will
appear where you will select the option to "Save Target As"
or "Download to Disk". A dialog box will appear and you can
specify a location on your computer or network to save the file. For
Macintosh Users: using your mouse, click on the desired Document Link
on the Issue Detail page and hold until a menu appears. Select the option
"Save Link to Disk" or "Download Link to Disk". A
dialog box will appear and you can specify a location on your computer
or network to save the file. Once downloaded, you may use Adobe Acrobat
to view, print, or annotate the document*
do I get Acrobat software? You may download
Acrobat Reader free or purchase Acrobat Business Tools or Acrobat 4.0
all from adobe.com.
Adobe.com has a tutorial for effective use of Acrobat to collect and review
workgroup annotations. See
the workgroup annotation tutorial.
Acrobat Business Tools or Acrobat 4.0 (Full version) required.
Adobe Acrobat PDF files exclusively.
software takes an original file, including images, graphics, tables and
text that is bold, underlined, italicized and displayed with multiple
font sizes and appearances and creates a specially coded file. The resulting
PDF file contains all the information needed to display the original file
just as originally created, complete with all the nuances of the original
document, including graphics and text styles.
PDF browser software
(Acrobat Reader or Acrobat 4.0) permits searching the documents for occurrences
of particular words, phrases or numbers that interest you. You can also
make printouts of all or part of the documents as text only, or with all
graphics and styles, to the limits of your print device. To use a PDF
file, a reader program must be installed on your computer to display,
print and navigate through the PDF file. Adobe Acrobat Reader is available
free from Adobe's Web site at www.adobe.com.
An Adobe Acrobat reader
plug-in is available for most of the popular web browsers, enabling the
browser to use and display PDF files inline, one page at a time, while
the document is still downloading. Please see applicable licenses for
use of the reader and plug-in programs.
configure your browser to view PDF files, select a link below:
setup for Netscape Navigator for Windows
setup for Internet Explorer for Windows
setup for Netscape Navigator for MacOS
setup for Internet Explorer for MacOS
to download a munidoc.com PDF to your hard drive:
For Windows users:
1. Right-click the link to a PDF file, then choose Save Link As from the
pop-up menu. 2. In the Save As dialog box, select a location on your hard
disk, then click Save.
For MacOS users:
1. Click and hold the mouse on the link to a PDF file, then choose Download
Link To Disk from the pop-up menu. 2. In the Save As dialog box, select
a location on your hard disk, then click Save.