[bksvol-discuss] Re: Large files

Yes,  zipped RTF is accepted.

Guido


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Thanks.  I knew that if I asked for help and I tried again, it'd go! 
Strange things, computers.
 
Since the program was to be sent back in RTF, would the program accept a 
ZIP file?
 
Mickey L.
 
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Try zipping the file before uploading. 

G. 


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Hi.

I'm trying to upload an 870-page textbook which refuses to leave.  The
progress bar reads 100% uploaded, but the page never changes.  It was
originally in Kes, which I converted to RTF.  I then opened it in wordpad,
and the file's fine.

What am I doing wrong, or not doing right?

Mickey L.



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