Directions for Downloading Files


You can save files to your computer instead of opening them in your Web browser by following these general directions:

WINDOWS:
"Right mouse click" on the download link. In Internet Explorer, choose "Save Target As..." and download the file to your desktop (in Netscape & Firefox, you choose "Save Link As..." in Opera, you choose "Save Linked Content As..." in Safari, you choose "Download Linked File As...").

MACINTOSH:
Hold down the mouse button or (option-click) on the download link. You'll see a menu similar to the Windows menu to the right. In Internet Explorer, choose "Save Target As..." and download the file to your desktop (in Netscape & Firefox, you choose "Save Link As..." in Opera, you choose "Save Linked Content As..." in Safari, you choose "Download Linked File As...").

Do you need Quicktime to View the Videos? YES!

What is Quicktime?

A powerful multimedia technology with a built-in media player, QuickTime lets you view internet video, HD movie trailers, and personal media in a wide range of file formats. And it lets you enjoy them in remarkably high quality. It also lets you view interactive video presentations which mimic interactive PowerPoint presentations without actually owning PowerPoint.

It's a free download using the link to the right and if the procedures above are used to download the videos on this site you will not be asked to upgrade to the Quicktime Pro Version.

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