All our resource files are compressed. Zipped (compressed) files take up less storage space and can be transferred to other computers more quickly than uncompressed files.
To open zip files on Windows:
- Locate your ZIP folder. You can do so by typing its name into the Start menu
search bar in the bottom left corner of your PC’s screen.
If you’re using Windows 7 or earlier, click the ⊞ Win button in this corner first.
- Right-click the ZIP folder. Doing so will prompt a drop-down menu with options for
You can also double-click the ZIP folder if you simply want to view its contents.
- Click Extract All. This option is close to the top of the drop-down menu.
- Click Extract. It’s in the bottom right corner of the window. Doing so will extract the
ZIP folder’s contents into a normal folder in the same location as the ZIP folder.
You can also click Browse to choose an extract location (e.g., your
computer’s “Documents” folder or the desktop).
- Double-click the normal folder. It will have the same name as your ZIP folder.
Doing so will open the folder, allowing you to view the non-zipped contents.
To open zip files on a Mac:
- Locate the ZIP folder. You can do so by typing its name into the Finder
application. You’ll see “.zip” attached to the end of the folder’s name.
• On a Mac, ZIP folders are called “compressed” folders.
- Double-click the ZIP folder. Doing so will prompt the ZIP folder to begin copying
its contents to a regular folder in the same location (e.g., the desktop).
• Depending on how large the ZIP folder is, the copying process might take a long time.
- Double-click the regular folder. It will have the same name as the ZIP folder.
Doing so will open the folder, allowing you to view the uncompressed contents.
To access online choose the multiscreen.html file.
To access offline choose the swf file. (please note that you have to have flash player 10
installed on your computer)