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I couldn t save the errors as pictures or copy and paste here, so I screen shot them and attached it to a word document its attached.

I see no attachment :happy:
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Darn it.. i didnt notice it had not uploaded, it allows me to select the file then tells me I dont have permission to load that type of file
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zip it into a zip file first, then upload it.
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Most programs will let you ZIP or UNZIP from the right-click menu in Windows Explorer. You can select the 'Add to ZIP' option which will make a new archive for you in the root directory of where the file is located. That's all there is to it. If you want to add files to the archive, you can drag and drop any file from Windows Explorer into the ZIP filename. This will add the file to the archive. If you wish to delete a file from the archive, simply open the archive (double click on it in Windows Explorer) and select the file(s), then hit the 'Delete' button.
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