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Re: [teacherartexchange] computer files to open


From: Woody Duncan (woodyduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Aug 23 2005 - 07:02:42 PDT

Perhaps the e-mail program you are using is compressing the
file as it adds it to your e-mail. Do you use a button that
says "send as e-mail" or similar. I use Netscape e-mail and
I click on the attach icon and go to the file I want and
add it, that advoids compressed files.

Elizabeth Heisey wrote:
> Maybe someone can help me with this computer issue. I
> make picture files every day to take to school to open
> and share with students. They are copied and pasted
> from the internet. Sometimes I put them into a
> powerpoint, sometimes on a word handout. I usu. have
> about 5 images, but sometimes just one. Regardless,
> when my word document or powerpoint file arrives at
> school by email, it has been compressed and needs to
> be unzipped. Can anyone help me? I see something
> online SimplyZip 3.0? I have seen files compressed for
> years...this can't be new, but no one at my school
> seems to know what to do.
> Beth

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