Subject Re: Downloading
From BobMcKinney <>
Date Sun, 15 May 2022 20:52:06 -0400
Newsgroups dbase.getting-started

Hi Ken:  Thanks for the info.  Got another hurdle,  somehow I clicked the wrong time or whatever.  My computer was updated to Wndows 11.  That means all of the tool areas are changed to dropdown menues.  
Who knows, I might get it figuered out some day (grin).......Bob

>Ken Mayer Wrote:

> On 5/14/2022 10:32 AM, Bob McKinney wrote:
> > Hi All:  Using 2019 w/w/10.  Recently got 2019. Desire to do latest tutorial featured on Ken's site   I have never downloaded a file in my life that I recall.  Don't even know how to start or what system to use
> >
> > It's embarasing to be so computer ignorant after all of these years.  Any help as how to download the tutorial to my tutorial folder would be very muvh appreciated........Bob
> Bob --
> There's a link. Click it. Your browser will normally automatically
> download because it's set in the web page that way. (See image 1 ...)
> When it is done (and it won't take long), you will see something (based
> on which browser you use -- the image here is from Netscape's Firefox),
> there's a folder button that lets you open the folder the file was
> downloaded to. If you haven't dealt with downloads much (although if you
> use the dUFLP, you HAVE downloaded ...), the location the .zip file is
> in may be something odd, buried in the Users folder structure. You can
> move this to another location. In Windows File Explorer you can copy/cut
> and paste to another folder. But that.s the .zip file, which you will
> need to "unzip".
> Windows has built into it the ability to unpack a .zip file. If you
> double click "", it will open, and in the toolbar of
> the Windows File Explorer you will see an "Extract all" button. Click
> it. This will attempt to give you a default file location, change that
> to where you want it to extract the files to (like, for example:
> C:\dBASETutorial), and then click "Extract".
> That should get you to the point the files are downloaded and in a
> folder you can work with.
> You do NOT need the HTML zip file, I wouldn't worry about it ... just
> use the tutorial from the web pages online.
> Ken
> --
> *Ken Mayer*
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