A Guide To Boxer Dogs

 

 

Guide to Boxer Dogs
Photos of Boxers
Videos featuring Boxers
Boxer Dog Tips and Newsletter
Boxer Dog Guide faq
Boxer-dogs.net contact details

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boxer Dogs Guide FAQ

What is PDF format?

PDF is an ebook format created by Adobe. To view a PDF ebook you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. If you do not already have Adobe Reader installed (or you do but it is older than version 5) then you can go and download the reader software freely from the Adobe website here: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html

'All About Boxers' - Guide To Boxer Dogs

is delivered in PDF format and is viewable on any computer. All you need is Adobe Reader which is available free and already on most computers.

'All About Boxers' is printable, so you can print them out and read it away from your computer if you prefer.

What is MP3 Audiobook format?

The audiobook is in mp3 format. Mp3 files can be played on your computer using the standard audio player software which comes with most computers (such as Windows Media Player, Quicktime or Real Audio Player software etc.). You are also welcome to upload them to a portable mp3 player or burn them to a cd for your personal use.

How Can I play your videofiles?

The audio/visual presentation is in wmv (Windows Media Video) format. Wmv files can be played on your computer using the standard media player software which comes with most computers (such as Windows Media Player, Mplayer, Real Audio Player software etc.).

When will I receive my Order?

Instantly! Orders are processed securely online (credit card, debit card, echeck, paypal etc). As soon as your payment has been processed you will be automatically forwarded to the All About Boxers (and bonuses) download page.

I am on dial-up - will I be able to download your package?

There is one ebook and one audiobook and the audio-visual presentation (split into 9 sections) for you to download. The largest individual file size is 62 meg. There is no rush for you to download everything (you can take days/weeks if you like). If you do have a problem with one of the larger files then a download manager program such as Getright would probably solve that problem - you can download the standard free version of Getright from their site http://www.getright.com/get.html - what Getright, and programs like it, do is allow you to pause a download part of the way through, and then pick up again where it left off.