Posted 12 June 2004 - 05:48 PM
My niece is teaching me to play Dungeons and Dragons, so sent me a set of "books" while we were on MSN.
Well, it finally finished downloading and it is in the "C: documents and settings" bit when I searched for it. Well, I tried to open it, and when I did, all it did was go to another window that had "Type... PDF" then "Has a pass... no" and "method... deflated".
The download is a 25286 kb compressed zip file thing.
Can anyone tell me how to open this up by myself?? The IT dude who built our computer just told me to call him and he'd come around and open it up for me, but they're in the middle of shifting their Internet Cafe to new premises and I feel like a stinker bugging him to do this for me.
The system I am using is Windows XP Pro, I know that is one thing that others should know if they are to help me.
I don't understand why I can't see/open this thing... when my niece and I send jpegs to each other it opens up a real treat. She's also sent me other D&D stuff like player sheets and they are just open and there, ready to print off.
Is it because she sent it to me through MSN?? Can't be... all the other stuff I can access.
Please help me.... how do I open it??? Am I supposed to move it somewhere else?? How do I move it if I have to?? This is driving me nuts... it's also really embarrassing as well.