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Where is pdf documentation, and can I make the fonts bigger

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The "Introduction to Opusmodus"  tutorial states that the 30 part stages collection of score-scripts and text commentaries..."is available for download as a pdf file formatted as a printable A4 book". But I have not been able to find the download...where can I find it? On a related note, and partly the reason for my wanting to get a pdf, is there any way to make the fonts larger in the Assistant pane? Thanks in advance for any info!

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