To Extract from a Zip File you can do one of two things:

Extracting Method One: 

The simplest method is to double-click on the zipped file located on your desktop 

(or wherever you saved your download to).

The dialogue box below will pop up.

Click Extract

Another dialogue box will open asking where you want to extract to. Make sure you create a new folder to extract all the files into and do not just extract into an existing folder such as 'My Documents'. In the example above I have created a folder within 'My Documents' which I have called 'No 1'.  All files will be extracted to the Folder 'No 1'. 

You can create your own folder by first clicking on My Documents in the right hand window (you can see it highlighted in blue) and then by clicking in the left hand small window where it says C:\My Documents and typing in ' \No 1' (or whatever you will call your new folder). When you have done this, click 'Extract'.

The files will begin to extract themselves into the folder you have created. Close the dialogue box when it is finished.

There is another way to do this:

Extracting Method Two: 

First open the program WinZip:

In the dialogue box that pops up choose 'Open' . 

Navigate to where your file is stored and double-click on it. In the example above I have navigated to my Desktop and highlighted the zip file I want to open. You can also click on it once and choose 'Open'.  

A new dialogue box will pop up. Choose 'Extract '. 

As in the first method, another dialogue box will open asking where you want to extract to. Make sure you create a new folder to extract all the files into and do not just extract into an existing folder such as 'My Documents'. In the example above I have created a folder within 'My Documents' which I have called 'No 1'.  All files will be extracted to the Folder 'No 1'. 

You can create your own folder by first clicking on My Documents in the right hand window (you can see it highlighted in blue) and then by clicking in the left hand small window where it says C:\My Documents and typing in ' \No 1' (or whatever you will call your new folder). When you have done this, click 'Extract'.

The files will begin to extract themselves into the folder you have created.

 

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