Downloading Case Study Files for Selected Courses
Downloading and saving case study files on a PC
  1. To download the file, click on the link provided.
  2. When prompted to "Open" or "Save," chose the "Save" or "Save As" option.
  3. Click "Save" and save the file to your desktop.
  4. Locate the file on your desktop and with your mouse, right click on the zipped folder.
  5. Choose "Extract all." 
  6. The Extraction Wizard opens.
  7. To continue, click on "Next" or "Extract."  You may need to click on "Next" to extract files. 
  8. Wait for the file to be extracted (about a minute or less).
  9. Click "Finish" when the Extraction Wizard is complete
  10. Double click on the folder to open it.
  11. Click on "Index.html" to launch the Case Study Tutorial program.
Downloading and automatically unzipping case study files on a Macintosh
  1. To download the file, click on the link provided.
  2. When prompted to "Open" or "Save," chose the "Save" option.
  3. Click "Save" and save the file to your desktop.
  4. A small window will open and show the progress of the download.
  5. In most cases, the file will automatically save to your desktop and will be unzipped. If your computer has an older operating system, the files may need to be manually unzipped, as instructed below.
  6. Open the folder and click on "Index.html" to launch the program.
Manually unzipping case study files on a Macintosh.
  1. If the Case Study file did not unzip automatically when you downloaded it, find and open the program "Stuffit" or "Stuffit Deluxe" in the Applications folder in your computer.
  2. In the menu bar located across the top of the screen, find and click on the "Translate" file.
  3. Then click on the "Expand" option.
  4. Click once to highlight the file: DGT-LAB-06.zip in the window that appears on the screen.
  5. Click on the "Choose" or "Open" button
  6. The file will automatically begin to unzip. A new folder: DGT-LAB-06 will appear on your desktop.
  7. Open the folder and click on the "Index.html" file to launch the program.