Downloading from Funky Hand is really easy. Here's a short screencast showing how to do it. Click the play button to begin.
This demostration was recorded using Internet Explorer 8 and Windows Vista. Other browser/operating systems may require a slightly different process.
You will need a colour printer and an image viewer to be able to open and print our downloads. Progammes such as 'Windows Picture and Fax Viewer' (free in XP), 'Windows Photo Gallery' (free in Vista) or Google Picasa (free from Google) are ideal.
The download file contains print quality (300dpi) digital images stored in JPEG format. Please note that some of our download files are large, if you are on a dial-up connection they may take a long time to download.
Add all the downloads that you want to your shopping basket and then proceed to the checkout. If you do not already have a Funky Hand account you will create one during the checkout process. The downloads will be available from your account immediately after you have paid.
If you would prefer to pay by PayPal you can do that too, once you're through the checkout process you'll be directed to the download page - BUT if you want to log back in later you'll have to request a password from our site. Just click 'Log In', put your email address in the form and click 'Forgot your password?'.
How to download
- Immediately after you have paid for your downloads you will be directed to your Funky Hand account where your downloads will be available.
- Click the 'Download' button next to your purchase, a dialog box will pop-up, make sure you choose 'Save' (not 'Open') and make a note of the folder you saved them to.
- You can download them straight away or log back in any time within the next 90 days to download them.
- If you choose to download later, simply log in to your account, click the 'My Account' link and View the details of your purchase to download.
- Once the downloads appear on your account they will be available for you to download three times, just in case you make a mistake.
How to use
Once your file has downloaded, use Windows Explorer and navigate to it. Double-click on the file and you'll see an option to 'Extract all files' under 'Folder tasks'. Click this option and then follow the Extraction Wizard.