Computers and web browsers are set up in different ways when it comes to audio files. When you click on the “Download File” link, your browser may start playing the file right away. (The screen may be blank with a gray bar in the midle) If you would rather save the file to your computer to play later or move to an MP3 device, try this:
1. With your mouse, Right click on the “Download File” link. This should pop up a menu. (If you are using a Mac, hold down the Ctrl Key when you click)
2. If you are using Internet Explorer, choose the “Save Target As” option. If you are using Fire Fox, choose the “Save Link As” option. Look carefully, there are lots to choose from. If you have an old version of software, the option may have a slightly different name, but it’s the “Save” part that matters.
3. A window should pop up asking you where you would like to save the file. Pay very close attention to exactly where the file is being saved so you can find it when it is downloaded.
Depending on your connection speed the file will take some time to download. If you have dial-up internet, it may not be possible to download large files such as these.
If you would like to change the way your browser behaves when you click on audio links, go into the options/settings area of the software and make the necessary adjustments. (Sorry if that is too general, but it would be difficult to give instructions for all the different versions of web browsers in use)