Instructions for Viewing & Downloading Files from a Mobile Device

Instructions for Viewing & Downloading Files from a Mobile Device

Many of our products can be viewed digitally right on your mobile device!

 

1) After purchasing, download your file and save it to your computer. HINT: Save to somewhere that you can easily find and access (e.g. your desktop)

2) Files will be delivered to you in a compressed .zip format. You will first need to unzip or “extract” the .zip file.

To extract (or unzip) files or folders from a compressed folder (source):

1. Locate the compressed (zipped) folder that you want to extract files or folders from.

2. Do one of the following:

  • To extract a single file or folder, double-click the compressed folder to open it. Then, drag the file or folder from the compressed folder to a new location.
  • To extract the entire contents of the compressed folder, right-click the folder, click Extract All, and then follow the instructions.

3) Once the file(s) have been extracted, email the files to an account that you have linked to your mobile device (phone, tablet). HINT: Depending on the size of the file you are working with and the speed of your internet provider, you may need to send one attachment at a time.

4) Once you have received the email to your mobile device, download the PDF attachment(s) in your email. You will now be able to view the attachments through your email account.

5) You can then send and store your files to any available storage apps on your device (i.e. iBooks, Kindle, Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.)

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