How to Listen to the Sabbath School Lessons Online
1. First open your browser and type in: http://www.sabbathschoolstudy.org/
2. Click on the lower left picture with the caption: This week's study
3. On this page decide which download format is best for you under Audio Downloads.
RealMedia refers to the type of file, and will work only if you have RealPlayer downloaded and installed on your computer.
High-Bandwidth MP3 is a high quality file that will work best if you have a high speed internet connection. (Not good for dial-up.)
Podcast is the format that is recorded for Apple's iTunes player and will work if you have iTunes on your computer. (It will show up as an audio book.)
Windows Media will play on Windows Media Player which you should already have installed if you're running Windows.
Low-Bandwidth Windows Media is best if you are running Windows and have only a dial up connection to the Internet. The quality will be poor since the file has been compressed for easy downloading with a slow connection.
Clicking on the link that is best for your computer and internet connection will open it in the file format's player and you should be able to listen to the study as soon as it loads. If you'd like to save this study simply right click on the link, click Save Link As and save the file to your desktop or selected folder. Now the file is in your computer for you to listen to as many times as you'd like. Generally this is not that important as you can also search the websites database of lessons back to 2000 by clicking on the left hand link that says By Date under Studies.
On this page under Supplemental Materials you can also view the study sheets. Click on the link, in this case, Study 6. Most browsers will now open PDF's automatically and you can view the document just by clicking. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed, it should automatically prompt you to download this. If you want to save the study sheets, simply right click on the link, click Save Link As and a dialogue box will pop up prompting you to save the PDF document to your desktop.
How to Use an MP3