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"E-book" stands for electronic book.  This e-book looks a little like a web-page, with links and "forward" and "back" buttons.  You will find it very easy to use.  The e-books on this site are “stand-alone”, meaning, once downloaded you will not need any other software or browser to run them.

To reduce problems with downloads, such as getting past firewalls, all the e-books has been compressed using WinZip (a program that is widely used to compress files).   WinZip creates a folder with a .zip extension.  If you do not already have WinZip installed on your computer please click here to download the Evaluation version, which is free.

Immediately you click on a download link, a screen will pop up giving you the option to either Open the zip file from this page, or to Save it on your hard-disk.  Click on the "Save" option.  This will allow you to save the file anywhere you like on your computer.  The download will last from a few seconds to several minutes, depending on the speed of your internet connection.  

Running the E-book

Once the download is over, double-click the compressed zip file on your computer.  WinZip will start automatically and you will see the book listed as a file with an “.exe” (executable) extension.  Double-click the file and the book will run immediately.

And that's it.  No waiting, no checking your e-mail, no registration and certainly no passwords. 

If you have any trouble at all please contact me.

Downloading Requirements.

For this e-book to work you must have at least:

-  Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000 or ME

- 2MB hard disk space

- 16MB RAM

- Minimum 640 x 480 video resolution with 256 or more colours

Should you have any doubts about your computer being able to run the e-book, try downloading the free version of the book as a test. 

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