Q. Files that end in .exe or .sit or .zip

Files that end in .exe or .sit or .zip are "stuffed" folders. Files that end in .exe are for Windows computers and files that end in .sit are for Macintosh computers, and those that end in .zip work on both computers.

What'll happen is the file will download to your computer and then automatically "unstuff' itself and present you with the form(s) and Readme document(s) that are part of the package you purchased.

If the file does not automatically "unstuff" itself you can click on it to make it "unstuff".

While the majority of computers have the "unstuff" application already installed, it does occasionally happen that a computer doesn't have it installed.

If your file won't "unstuff" please do email us and we'll email the forms to you right away as individual documents, which means they'll already be "unstuffed" so you don't have to worry about it. :)

If you'd prefer to skip contacting us and instead download and install the "unstuffer" application please follow this link to the Aladdin website where you can download the StuffIt Expander application for free.

Once you've downloaded and installed the StuffIt Expander then you can click on the file you downloaded that ended in .exe or .sit or .zip to "unstuff" it and get your documents.

The Readme file that is included will tell you exactly how to fill in the forms using Word and Adobe.

For help on how to use the forms once you've got them open, there is a Readme file included in the package AND we have a great Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page that we've put together AND we are always willing to answer questions and help with anything you might need help with. :)

To open the Readme file you'll need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader, version 5.0 or newer. To use .pdf forms you'll need the Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or newer and to use the .doc forms you'll need Microsoft Word (for Windows or Macintosh).

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