If your digital download contains a .zip file, this is because there is more than one file inside. To access the PDFs within the .zip file, you'll need to unzip it. Keep reading for instructions on how to unzip your files using a desktop computer, iPad/tablet, or smartphone.
UPDATE: As of June 2020, both the colour and black & white files have been merged into one, so you'll have a single PDF file that's ready to use, no unzipping required. If you still need to unzip, you have an old version of the file.
How to Unzip Files for Printing
You might already have a .zip file opener software already on your computer, if not, download the free version of WinRAR's here.
After you've installed it, download your .zip file from The Daily Goalgetter (either from the Thank You Page after purchase, via email, or from your account).
Then, click on the downloaded file to open it.
It will open in WinRAR or whichever software you have installed.
Simply click on the files and drag them over to your desktop.
Now you'll be able to view the files and print them!
iPad/Tablet & Mobile
Visit the app store and search 'unzip tool'.
Find one that you like the look of and has a good star rating.
Once the app is installed, unzip the .zip file (can also be referred to as 'extracting').
If you aren't able to open the PDF file on your device, you may need a PDF Viewer app, like Adobe Acrobat.
(We also recommend using Adobe Acrobat for filling out the Free Worksheets digitally)
Now you should be able to view it & send it to the printer for printing!
It looks more difficult seeing the process all written out like this, but I promise you, you'll have it sussed in seconds.
If you get stuck, please send a message via the contact page.