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LLB FL Dist 9 Rules Index by Kevin Hunter

Kevin Hunter's Little League Rules Index: Printable Version

Direct Link:
http://www.fld9.org/rules/index/printable.php

You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader 6.0 or later in order to open the files. If you don't have this program, you can get it from: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html (last we knew).

There are three versions of the index. All three contain exactly the same information - they just differ in how the pages are laid out. You can see a sample page by clicking here.

The "Booklet" form
This version is designed to be printed two-sided (flipped on the SHORT end), and then folded together into a 5.5" x 8.5" booklet. Because of this, the page ordering looks very funny when you just view it on the screen using Acrobat, but it works out OK once it's printed.

If you have a duplex-capable printer, I've found it usually works correctly if you tell Acrobat to print in Landscape mode. (If you don't do this, the backs of the pages sometimes come out upside down.) If you don't have a duplex printer, you can always print the even pages, put the paper back in your printer and then print the odd pages. (Or maybe it's odd, then even. Every printer is different. Experiment with the first couple of pages and you'll probably be able to figure it out.)

The "Full page" form
This version is designed to print on 8.5" x 11" pages in standard portrait format. It uses a larger font than the booklet format version, so it's easier to read, but it's more pages. You can print it one-sided or two-sided as you prefer.

The "Landscape" form
This version is printed using the same font and layout as the booklet version, but is designed to be printed on one-sided paper. It doesn't fold up neatly into a booklet, but it uses less paper than the full page version. The tradeoff is a smaller font, which makes it more difficult for some people to read.

The information in the index is Copyright (c) 2002-2009, Kevin D. Hunter.

If you have any suggestions to improve this index, or if you find an error in it, please don't hesitate to drop Kevin a line at the email address on the inside of the front cover. Even if you don't have any suggestions, if you find it useful, Kevin would really appreciate hearing from you, if for no other reason than to find out where it has traveled.
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