[macvoiceover] Re: Question About NLS books on the Mac

Hi Travis,

Thanks so much!  So, does this mean that each time a file is downloaded it 
appears in the Finder?  If so, I have learned more than one new thing here, 
because I hadn't realized that.  Again, another piece of evidence showing just 
how very much I still have to learn!  :)  

Desi



On Mar 5, 2011, at 9:19 AM, Travis Siegel wrote:

> The mac has unzip capabilities built-in.  All you need to do to unzip a file 
> (whether it be nls, bookshare, or an archive downloaded from somewhere else) 
> is just to vo-space or command-o on the file in finder.  This will create a 
> folder with the same name as the zip file, and place all your files from the 
> zip archive into that folder.  You can then copy those files (from the new 
> folder) into your reader, and they'll work just fine.
> This also works for tar and g zip files as well as a few others too, so you 
> need not worry about installing an unarchiving program on the mac, since it's 
> already there for you.
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