Re: OT-saving to a mac
by "Gary Krockover" <gary(at)garykrockover.com>
||Fri, 29 Mar 2002 09:12:21 -0600
||"Noteworthy Web Designs" <webmaster(at)noteworthydesigns.com>,
"HWG Techniques" <hwg-techniques(at)hwg.org>
Try Stuffit for Windows, http://www.aladdinsys.com. You can save it as a
.sit and the Mac can download and decompress it. And no, iMacs do not have
floppy drives :)
> OK, Mac users, help me out here:-) I have downloads on some of my sites,
> and someone asked me if there's a way to download from home, save to a
> floppy, and transfer to a Mac. IMac's don't have a floppy drive, do
> they? Is there a way they can send themselves an attachment and open it
> up in a Mac? I'm thinking PowerPoint files. This is for an education
> site. Thanks!
> Or, how do they just download and save in general on a Mac?
> Karen Stafford
> Noteworthy Web Designs
> "Websites Composed with Jazz"
> Web Design,Hosting,Search Promotion
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