If using mouse, left click on link "Download Boone: A Biography, DB72203" (indicated in the screenshot below). If using the keyboard, tab to "Download Boone: A Biography, DB72203," then press Enter on keyboard.
The File Download window will then open.
Note that the book's file name contains book information such as author, title and book number. The book is saved as a Compressed (zipped) Folder.
A screenshot of the "Download Complete" window; the green bar indicates that the zipped book (The Battle of New Market, by William C. Davis) has finished downloading. Choose Close when finished.
You must extract or "unzip" each book before you can listen to it on your talking book player. In this step, you will extract the book on your C: drive, and then in Step 3, move or copy the extracted version to your removable drive.
When the extraction is complete, by default the "Show extracted files" checkbox will be checked (as in image 1 below). It is best NOT to view the extracted files; therefore uncheck the "Show extracted files" checkbox (as in image 2 below).
If you unzipped the audio book to the Desktop, or to a folder on your C: drive, you can now move or copy the uncompressed folder (now without the .zip extension) to your flash drive or digital cartridge.
You may now delete the original compressed download folder that ends with .zip.
The screenshot below shows what the computer screen looks like after navigating to your unzipped book using My Computer.
In Windows XP, My Computer is located on the Desktop. If you can't locate My Computer, as an alternative open Windows Explorer by going to the Start menu (Windows key) -> Programs -> Accessories. From the Accessories list, choose "Windows Explorer."
In this example there are three books, one magazine and one audio+podcasts folder.
Note that each book is of the type "File Folder" and no longer has the .zip extension.