Test Download for Audio Courses
Capitol Learning Audio Course
We invite you to try a
$0.10 download of one of our audio courses
to see how our audio course downloads are set up as ZIP files
and to ensure that you can download our audio courses.
our downloaded courses, you need a computer that can play audio
files and a high speed Internet connection.
you can hear the audio on YouTube videos, you have the equipment
necessary to listen to our download audio courses on your
computer. After you pay for your download, you will receive a
link (URL) to get your download file. The file you
download is a compressed file in ZIP format.
can sample one of our audio courses for TEN CENTS ($0.10). This process
will take you through the same process at FastSpring as you would go through
to buy one of our online audio courses: you will add this course
to your shopping cart and check out. However, there is a minimal charge
of ten cents ($0.10) for this sample course.
Please note that this course is Copyright (c)(P) 2008 by
TheCapitol.Net and is distributed with our
What Your Member of Congress Can Do for You: Gallery Passes,
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$0.10Sample Download at
File size: 22.0 MB ZIP file (MP3 file size = 21.73 MB run
time 90 minutes; PDF file size = 1.27 MB). Downloaded
file is in compressed ZIP format, and includes the audio in
MP3 format and the course materials in Adobe PDF
If you are
unfamiliar with ZIP files, please read these instructions: Our
downloaded Capitol Learning Audio Courses are in a compressed format
known as ZIP to allow for quicker download times, and if you download a
course you must decompress the file in order to use it. The compression
software we use is the Internet standard, called ZIP, with the file
extension of .ZIP.
A sample ZIP
file name looks like this: samplefilename.ZIP Once you have the ZIP file
downloaded, you need to decompress it. Your computer may already have a
program to do this (called an unZIP program).
On a PC,
open Windows Explorer and go to the file. Right click on the file and
look for "Extract All..." If it is there, click that and it will
decompress your file. If it does not show "Extract All," then you need
an unZIP program. We recommend 7-Zip at http://www.7-zip.org or WinZip at
Once you have installed 7-Zip or WinZip, you can either re-download or
open your downloaded audio course using WinZip. Then you can extract
(decompress) our audio course to your computer and use it. MAC users
have an uncompress program built into OS, but many MAC users also use
StuffIt Expander for Macintosh.
Each downloaded audio course includes an audio file
and a course materials file.
After you unzip the downloaded ZIP file, you will see:
audio file (in MP3 format) will have a name like this: 1234.mp3
course materials file (in Adobe PDF format) will have a name like
this: 1234.pdf (If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer, it is
If you need
assistance, please contact us and we will be happy to help you:
202-678-1600, ext. 112.
Full Audio Course FAQ here.
Don't see the topic you need??
We can develop and deliver a customized
telephone seminar or Audio CD for your organization.
If you have suggestions for telephone seminars or audio CDs you
would like to see us offer, please
contact us or complete our
online suggestion form.
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