out these instructions for easy reference.
All Zip files are self-extracting archives. The following five simple
steps will walk you through the process of download and installation.
the file of your choice:
the self-extracting compressed file to your hard drive:
by creating a directory on your drive named "download"
that will contain the compressed file. Place this directory under
the root directory of drive C: (i.e., c:\download).
the link for the resource you wish to download. If this is a password
protected resources, you will be prompted for your account information.
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Web browser (Most students and customers use Netscape Navigator
or Internet Explorer) will ask how you would like to handle the
to save the file to disk. Depending on your browser, wording may
vary (e.g., "Save to Disk," "Save File," or
"Save it to disk" are typical choices.).
the "download" directory as the location on your computer
for your file.
filename of the compressed file appears in the Save As dialog
box (e.g., 0538928913sd.exe, 0538928913td.exe).
either OK or Save, whichever choice your browser gives you.
the self-extracting compressed file onto your hard drive.
Start on the Windows 95 taskbar or File on the Program Manager
menu bar (Windows 3.1), then click Run. The Run dialog box appears.
c:\download\0538???.exe -d c:\0538??? in the
text box and then press Enter.
is the location
is the name of the file you want to extract
is the temporary directory to which files will be extracted
will see the prompt "Do you want to extract these files now
(y/n)?" Type Y, wait for all the files to be extracted, then
close the dialog box.
have now extracted the resource to your hard drive. If you are making
Template or Solution diskettes, continue to Step 5.
the files onto one or more disks.
a 3.5", high-density diskette in your drive (usually A:)
the contents of each temporary directory (e.g., c:\0538???)
onto individual 3.5-inch, high-density disks at the root level.
You now have disks that are identical to the setup disks included
in the textbook package. Go ahead and distribute them to your