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Downloading the Tutorial Files
This tutorial may be accessed from the
Maricopa Center for
Learning and Instruction web site. You may experience improved
performance if you download the files to your local computer. We have
created this tutorial as a completely self-contained package that can even
be used off-line.
Because of the differences in which the different computers
handle plain text files, you must select a format from the choices
below. All are stored as compressed archives and will require the appropriate tools
for decompressing (we are fond of Aladdin's
free StuffIt Expander for Macintosh and Windows). The tutorial
includes over 200 small files that occupy just under 1 MB total of disk space.
The instructions for downloading these archives will vary depending
on which web browser you are using. First check
your browsers Preferences section to make sure that it
is configured to launch de-compression applications for files ending in:
- ".zip" for Windows zip archives
- ".sit.hqx" for Macintosh BinHex/StuffIt archives
- ".tar.Z" for UNIX gzip-compressed archives
When it has finished downloading, select Open File...
from the File menu of your web browser.
Look for a file called "start.html"
(or "start.htm" for Windows) and open it from within your
From there, follow the hypertext link to the tutorial's index.
If you have problems downloading the archives from this web server, try the mirror ftp
Download the Tutorial files for Macintosh [920k]
Download the Tutorial files for Windows 3.1, Windows95, and OS/2 (FAT)
Note! Be sure to use the -d switch in PKUNZIP to create directories
Download the Tutorial files for Unix [729k]
Now, if you are ready, return to the index of
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Maricopa Center for Learning and Instruction (MCLI)
Maricopa County Community
College District, Arizona
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