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Before you start downloading ...
To read PDF files, you require Adobe Acrobat Reader. It's widely
available on many computers. (NOTE: If you have an older version on your computer,
you MAY need to download the latest version to open your files. If you have trouble
opening PDF files, it's possible this is the reason.) If you don't have it, or need
an updated version, you can get it free here:
To extract documents from a zip file, you require an "unzip" program
installed on your machine. If you don't have this already, you can get it from
Downloading instructions ...
To download a file, move
your mouse over the link and click on the right mouse button. (If you are using a Mac,
click and hold down the mouse button instead.) This will pop up a menu on the
Click on either "Save Link As" (in Netscape, Firefox or Mozilla) or "Save Target
As" (in Internet Explorer). A download window will then appear, asking you where
you would like to save the file.
If you download files regularly, you will probably have a regular location where
you save the downloaded files, so use that place. If you don't have a regular
location, then choose the Desktop. (You'll be able to see your files sitting
on your computer desktop screen.)
Then click the Save button to download the file. This will display a window
showing the progress of your download.
TIP if you are a WinZip User: Many
people who use WinZip discover that they can't find their files after they
have been downloaded. If you don't know where they've gone, try looking in the
c:/unzipped folder. This is the default folder installed and used by