2. From the search results page, select the title of the product you are using and continue to the Product detail page (see image below). On this page, click the “Access Now” button to access your student resources.
3. You will be directed to your Student resources. Click any of the student resources in the left navigation and you will either be taken directly to a site or the center content pane will populate with a link(s) to the resource(s).
4. If the File Download – Security Warning dialog box opens, click Save. (NOTE: If the Save As dialog box opens, select a folder on your USB drive or hard disk to download the file to. Write down the folder name listed in the Save in box and the filename listed in the File name box.)
5. The filename of the compressed file appears in the Save As dialog box (e.g., 3500-8.exe, 0361-1d.exe).
6. Click either the OK button or the Save button, whichever choice your browser gives you.
7. When a dialog box opens indicating the download is complete, click the OK button (or the Close button, depending on which operating system you are using). Close your browser.
8. Open Windows Explorer and display the contents of the folder to which you downloaded the file.
9. Double-click the downloaded filename on the right side of the Windows Explorer window. If the Open File – Security Warning dialog box opens, click Run.
10. In the WinZip Self-Extractor window, specify the appropriate drive and a folder name to unzip the files to.
11. When the WinZip Self-Extractor displays the number of files unzipped, click the OK button. Click the Close button in the WinZip Self-Extractor dialog box. Close Windows Explorer. You are now ready to open the required files.
12. Refer to the Read This Before You Begin page(s) in this book for more details on the Data Files for your text. You are now ready to open the required files.
13. Macintosh users should use a program to expand WinZip or PKZip archives. Students, ask your instructors or lab coordinators for assistance.