When you place the parts you don't need to see the copper pattern, only where to put the part. You haven't try to contact the company you bought the pcb's from?
BTW: You can also look at the physical boards if you want to know how the copper tracks look like.
The problem appears to be your understanding of the language. I made it clear in my posting: Overlays DO NOT depict traces.
You should take a look at the schematic on page 3 of the User's Guide, available at Chipamp.com web site.
It tells you the value of each component by its designator: R1: 1K, R2: 22K, R3: 680R, etc. Those designators are clearly marked on the PCB.
Hogwild, I'll guess that you plan to make you own pcb and you don't know how but apparently you have a friend who can help you.
Just a hint, chipamp's pcb is not that expensive and the chance to succeed is rather high.