Most search results will have a link that says PDF Full Text. Just click on that phrase to access the article!
If you see the phrase Full Text Finder, this means that we likely have the article, but it's in another database.
In most cases, clicking Full Text Finder should take you right to the article. However, if you see a screen with a frowny face on it, click the link at the top of the page that says open the page in a new window.
If the search result says Request through interlibrary loan, that means we do not have the article - but we can get it for you. While we usually get articles within a few days, skip over these articles if you're in a rush.
If the search result says HTML Full Text, the article is directly below the article information - just scroll down.
If you are using Google Chrome, your best bet is to print the article, and change your printer to Save as PDF.