Bible Study File Server Help
- Navigation -
Each page will have the "Home" button that will take you back to http://BibleStudyFiles.com
Each page also has the "Back" button that will take you to the page you just came from.
(Note: The back button does not work with all web browsers.)
- Saving Files -
The best way to access the files is to first save them on your computer before opening.
To do this in Internet Explorer, Right-Click on the link (the mouse button under your second finger)
and then select "Save Target As..."


Next, select the desktop as the destination for the file.
Then, click on "Save" to start the file download.



When the download completes, your file will be on the desktop.
Double click the file to open.
- Folders -
These are links to other folders on the file server.
../ Folders at the top of a list will take you up one folder in the directory.
The folders on this server are arranged by the different books of the Bible and then by Bible teacher.
Click through the folders to find the content you are looking for.
- Audio Files -
Mp3 Files:
These audio files can be downloaded and played on many personal audio devices.
Most of the Bible study files on this server are in the common mp3 format.
You can download Win-amp from http://www.winamp.com for a free.
- Most of the time, windows should play mp3's automatically with Media Player.

Real Audio Files:
These audio files can be downloaded and played on your computer.
They are smaller files and download faster than Mp3s but can not be played in a personal device.
You can download Real Audio Player from http://www.real.com for free.
- Windows can not play Real Audio files without the Real Audio Player. Make sure you download the free version.
- Text Document Files -
Adobe Text Files:
These are text files that you can download and print or read on your computer.
Most of the text documents on this server are in the Adobe Acrobat format.
You can download Adobe Acrobat reader from http://www.adobe.com for free.
- Windows can not read Adobe files without the Acrobat reader. Make sure you download the free version.

Word Document Files:
These are text files that you can download and print or read on your computer.
These files can be edited and changed by the user while Adobe files can not.
If you do not have Microsoft Office, you can download a full office suite from http://www.openoffice.org for free.
- Windows can not read Word files without the MS Office or Open Office.
- Misc Files -
Zip-Files are single files that contains many smaller files. You can use the trial version of http://www.winzip.com to open them.
Web Page files can be opened within a web browser.
Jpeg Files are picture files that can be opened from the web or automatically in windows.
Excel Files can be opened with http://www.openoffice.org
Midi Files are small music files that can be opened from the web or automatically in Windows Media Player.
Windows Applications programs that must be downloaded and run on your computer.