Introduction to Downloading Files on Windows

This document provides general instructions for downloading and handling Windows files from Morovia Online Service. Note: some third party utilities are mentioned in this document. Morovia does not affiliate with any of these companies, nor provide technical support for using these third party utilities.

This document covers:

  • Downloading a file

  • Opening a PDF file

  • Opening a ZIP file

We also recommend you use the most recent version of Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla FireFox when browsing Morovia web site. Both browsers are free to download the their web sites:

Downloading a file

To download files from the Adobe file library:

  1. Go to, and click the Downloads link.

  2. Click the Download button. Most Web browsers will prompt you for a location to save the file. Choose a convenient location, such as your desktop. When saving the file, take note of the default filename so that you can locate the file after downloading it. After being downloading, most Web browsers will provide a progress indicator to let you know how long the download will take.

  3. When the file has finished downloading, locate the file and double-click it to open or install it.

Opening a PDF file

To view a PDF file, open it in an Acrobat viewer (e.g., Acrobat Reader). Acrobat Reader enables you to view, navigate, and print PDF files on several platforms. Acrobat Reader is available for free from all Adobe at

Opening a ZIP file

If your operating system is Windows XP or above, you do not need any third party utilities. Simply double click the zip file and choose Extract from the file menu. In other Windows platforms, you need to download a trial version of WinZip (, WinRar( or PKZip (