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If you can't remember your password, or it's not being recognised:
To access your subscription on a computer, please go to our website shop.exacteditions.com.
Please click the "sign in" button in the top right corner of the screen and type in your Exact Editions username and password.If you are a print subscriber and this is the first time you are accessing your subscription, please go to Enable Digital Access to register for digital access before logging in.
If you have a specific article you would like to read offline you can download the page as a PDF file from our website.
Please press on the printer icon located to the right on the bottom toolbar of the web reader and the page will be saved to your desktop.
As soon as a new issue is published, Exact Editions send you an email to let you know.
If you prefer not to receive these notification emails, you can turn them off by going to 'preferences' and then unticking 'Tell me when new issues arrive'.
Print subscribers can also choose whether to recive notification emails when they first register for digital access. You can do this by ticking or leaving unticked the 'Send new issue' alert box.
Occasionally an email client will recognise a new issue notification as 'Spam'. If you haven't received a notification please check your 'Spam' or 'Junk Mail' folders.back to top ↑
All of our magazines are equipped with a plain text box below the magazine image which allows for different reader softwares to easily read the text within the magazine.
To get to the "page text" heading below the magazine, please ask your screen reader softwar to go to the "next heading".
On the Exact Editions homepage this means that the software will go through each title that we offer and the issues page this means that the software will go through each issue of a magazine.
Choose the issue you would like to read and choose single-page view. To get to a single-page view, use the p key. This will allow you to switch between single and double-page view. Once on the single-page view, ask the screen reading software to go to the "next heading" which will make the software go straight to the "page text" heading, which is what the software will read.
Once the screen reading software is on the "page text" heading, users can move through the pages by using the left/right arrow keys.
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