STEP by STEP: One-Click Zip Downloads

One-Click downloads makes things so much easier! A Zip file in one file which contains multiple compressed MP3 files. This allows you to download multiple files in one click and will typically save you time from having to download each file individually.

PC Windows, and PC Mac OS X are the systems that can use Zip files.   

Note: You must extract all zip files before you try import to your media devices or programs (such as MP3 Players/Audiobook Players/iTunes/etc), or you may receive an error. 



1. You will need to install a program on your computer first. Download the 3rd Party program WinRAR

2. To Download WinRAR, click on Download Now Image17.jpg button.


3. You will see the program downloading in the bottom left corner. When it finishes downloading, Double-Click to open.


4. Select Install.

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5. Click OK


6. Click Done


7. This window will appear which will tell you that the Program WinRAR has been installed. You can close this window.


8. Open your internet browser and Log In to

8. In My Library view, click on the BLUE Download button.

9. Click on One-Click MP3 Zip Download and it will download to your Download folder on your computer.


10. Once the Zip is downloaded, right click on the tiny arrow on the side of the download and select Show in folder.


11. Right-Click on the Zip file and select Extract Here


12. You will see the files Extracting to the main folder. 


13. SUCCESS! You can now play each file of your audiobook!



1. Log In to

2. In My Library view, click on the BLUE Download button.


3. Click on One-Click MP3 Zip Download

4. Open your Downloads Folder on your computer. Double Click on the Zip file.


5. The Zip file will extract.


6. The files contained within the zip file should now be unzipped into the same Downloads Folder as the original zip file. You can now play these MP3 files. 

** You can either keep the original zip file as a backup or delete it as the extracted files are what you need to listen to your book





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