1. Do you offer purchase orders? Yes – but only for purchase orders over $200.00. If you have a smaller purchase order, make arrangements with Teachers Pay Teachers – where all my products are available. In addition, a few hard good items are sold on my Amazon page For purchase orders over $200.00, please call Dr. Warren at 845-528-6029.
2. Do you offer any hard-goods? Yes – A few of my products are available on my Amazon page as hard-goods.
3. Can I get your products on a CD mailed to me? Yes – as long as you spend more than $100.00. Just call Dr. Warren to make arrangements @ 845-528-6029.
4. Do you offer an affiliate program? Yes, Click Here to learn more.
5. Can anyone make suggestions on the best products for my situation? Sure, send a detailed email to Dr. Warren at email@example.com.
6. What is a ZIP file and how do I open it? A ZIP file is a compressed folder containing multiple files. It's an easy way for us to transfer many files, or extra big files, to you.
Opening a ZIP file: Mac OS X, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 all have a pre-installed unzip feature. Once you’ve downloaded the ZIP file, click on it to view its contents. You won't have to do anything special to un-zip the folder.
If you have Windows XP, follow these steps:
- Right-click on the ZIP folder.
- Click on "Extract all" from the panel that opens. The system will take you through a short extraction process via a step-by-step "wizard."
- The wizard will ask you to choose a destination. This is the folder where you want to keep the unzipped files.
- Once the files are extracted from the ZIP folder, you can opt to see them all in their new destination.
Still having problems? On a Mac, hold down the control key and click the ZIP file icon. Choose "open with" and then select "archive utility." The utility will extract the ZIP files and you can find them in the same folder you downloaded them to.
If you’re using a PC and the original ZIP file was created by a Mac user, then an additional .ds file may be embedded within the ZIP file. In Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8, try following the steps for Windows XP, above.