E-edition

Subscribers who have registered can view the e-edition by clicking on the “Today’s e-Edition” tab at the top of the Gazette’s website.

While Gazette print subscribers and other readers are able to read a print edition Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, print subscribers also have free access to read a complete digital version of the newspaper six days a week.

This complete digital version is known as an e-edition, which is available online at www.bedfordgazette.com after 7 a.m.

The e-edition, which is an exact electronic version of the print edition, is the closest way to have the Gazette at your fingertips without having a physical copy.

The e-edition can be accessed by clicking on the e-edition link at the top of the website’s header at www.bedfordgazette.com. Subscribers can select the day’s e-edition and view pages by clicking on the left and right arrows. To view an entire story in larger print, click on the peach-colored triangle located on the story.

Those with an email address will receive a copy, but those without email can view the edition by clicking the tab on the website and logging in.

The e-edition also includes content that’s available in print editions, including comics, puzzles, TV guide, weather, classifieds and other reader-favorite features. Some readers have expressed concern that the crossword puzzles are not easily printable. We are aware of this problem and are attempting to resolve it; watch future editions for instructions.

The online edition is included in the subscription price, but subscribers must register to receive it.

To register:

• In your browser go to www.BedfordGazette.com. Note that this address MUST be manually entered in the address bar at the top of your browser page and NOT accessed via Google or another search engine!

• Click on register (upper left corner on a PC)

• Complete the online form

• Click on I AM NOT A ROBOT

•Create an account

•You should receive a confirmation email, then follow those directions.

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