HOW TO DOWNLOAD AND UNZIP A FILE

FROM MY ETSY SHOP

DOWNLOAD AND UNZIP | ZIP FILES FROM ETSY

STEP 1 | DOWNLOAD ZIP FILE

From the Etsy website, go to "You -> "Purchases and Reviews." Find the purchase in your list and tap on    . A menu will popup. Tap on "Download".

STEP 2 | OPEN DOWNLOAD LOCATION

There is a "Downloads" icon     in the top right corner of your screen. Tap on it to reveal a window that lists your downloaded file. Tap on your download. Safari will minimize and the "Files" app     will open showing where your file(s) has been downloaded to your iPad.

STEP 3 | UNZIP YOUR FILE

Tapping on your zipped file will unzip it and place all its contents into a new folder that will appear. Congratulations, your files have been downloaded and unzipped onto your iPad. You are now ready to import your file(s) into a PDF reader such as GoodNotes or Notability. Please refer to the appropriate install guide found on my Tutorials page.

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DOWNLOAD OR DIRECT INSTALL | PDF FILES FROM ETSY

STEP 1A | DOWNLOAD PDF FILE

From the Etsy website, go to "You -> "Purchases and Reviews." Find the purchase in your list and tap on    . A preview of the PDF will open in your browser. Tap on the "Share" icon     in the upper right corner of your browser. A menu will open. Scroll down and tap on "Save to Files". Navigate to the location you would like to save your document. Once selected, tap on "Save" in the upper right corner of the menu.

STEP 1B | DIRECT INSTALL PDF FILE

Another option you have within Safari's "Share" menu is to open your PDF directly into GoodNotes. Tap on "Open in GoodNotes". A popup will open asking if you want to "Open in GoodNotes?" Tap on "Open". Depending on whether you have a document already open in GoodNotes, there will be two different sets of menu options in the next step. "Import as New Document" will create a new document in GoodNotes. "Import to Current Document" will only appear if you already have a document open in GoodNotes. Using this option will combine your open notebook with the one you are currently trying to import.

download_PDF

DOWNLOAD AND UNZIP | ZIP FILES FROM ETSY

STEP 1 | DOWNLOAD ZIP FILE

From the Etsy website, go to "You -> "Purchases and Reviews." Find the purchase in your list and tap on    . A menu will popup. Tap on "Download".

STEP 2 | OPEN DOWNLOAD LOCATION

There is a "Downloads" icon     in the top right corner of your screen. Tap on it to reveal a window that lists your downloaded file. Tap on your download. Safari will minimize and the "Files" app     will open showing where your file(s) has been downloaded to your iPad.

STEP 3 | UNZIP YOUR FILE

Tapping on your zipped file will unzip it and place all its contents into a new folder that will appear. Congratulations, your files have been downloaded and unzipped onto your iPad. You are now ready to import your file(s) into a PDF reader such as GoodNotes or Notability. Please refer to the appropriate install guide found on my Tutorials page.

download_ZIP

DOWNLOAD OR DIRECT INSTALL | PDF FILES FROM ETSY

STEP 1A | DOWNLOAD PDF FILE

From the Etsy website, go to "You -> "Purchases and Reviews." Find the purchase in your list and tap on    . A preview of the PDF will open in your browser. Tap on the "Share" icon     in the upper right corner of your browser. A menu will open. Scroll down and tap on "Save to Files". Navigate to the location you would like to save your document. Once selected, tap on "Save" in the upper right corner of the menu.

STEP 1B | DIRECT INSTALL PDF FILE

Another option you have within Safari's "Share" menu is to open your PDF directly into GoodNotes. Tap on "Open in GoodNotes". A popup will open asking if you want to "Open in GoodNotes?" Tap on "Open". Depending on whether you have a document already open in GoodNotes, there will be two different sets of menu options in the next step. "Import as New Document" will create a new document in GoodNotes. "Import to Current Document" will only appear if you already have a document open in GoodNotes. Using this option will combine your open notebook with the one you are currently trying to import.

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