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Sometimes this happens due to a network issue (on either end) and is something that will often resolve itself within a few minutes. Try waiting a couple of minutes and refreshing your browser before trying again.
If you are on a school computer, make sure that you are not being restricted from downloading by your school district.
Sometimes it is actually downloading and putting the file somewhere mysterious. So try using the search function on your computer to see where the file is located.
You can also try right-clicking on the download link and saving the file to you desktop.
If it’s a large file, make sure it’s completely downloaded.
PDFs are best viewed with Adobe Acrobat Reader, which you can download for free from the Adobe website by clicking here.
Double-click the unopened ZIP — the file should extract automatically. If that doesn’t work, hold down the control key and click the ZIP file icon. Choose “Open With” and then select “Archive Utility.” The utility will extract the ZIP files, and you can find them in the same folder where you downloaded them.
Double-click on the ZIP file
You’ll notice that the ZIP file has been mounted and is located in the sidebar of the file manager alongside your Downloads folder, Google Drive account, and any other services you mounted
To extract the files from your archive, open a new file manager window, browse to or create a folder for the files, and then drag everything from one window to the other
This will extract those files out of the ZIP archive and make them accessible for you
You can also get a free Zip Opener on Microsoft’s website:
A Notebook file runs on a SMART Board, a kind of interactive whiteboard.
If you don’t have a SMART Board, you can view .notebook files by using a trial version of Notebook, which you can download for free at the SMART Tech site. If you’re using a school computer and can’t download programs onto it, you can also view Notebook files online.
Here are some steps for printing a PDF that you can use it you are having trouble.
The free software, Adobe Acrobat Reader, is the best reader for printing.
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