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Casey Abbott
Casey Abbott
7,845 Points

how do I add the zip file I downloaded to my text editor?

I downloaded the workspace so I put it on my own text editor to get more familiar with it. The text editor is vs code. I have tried the drag and drop method and file drop-down menu to open a new file and can't find it.

1 Answer

Rob Allessi
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Rob Allessi
Front End Web Development Techdegree Student 8,599 Points

Howdy Casey,

You'll first need to unzip the file you've download. If you're on a Windows machine, try right-clicking the downloaded file and selecting "Extract" if you don't see that option, I would suggest downloading a third-party extraction tool like 7zip.

Once you've extracted(unzipped) the files you should then be able to load them into your text editor of choice.