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So I've been trying to download some soccer kit templates from a couple websites (fmglive.com notably) and they are the file type .RAR, which I know absolutely nothing about. Why can't it just be .psd!?

So when I open photoshop elements 6.0, it says that it can't open a .RAR because it is the "wrong type of file."

Anyone help?

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You need to download a .rar unzipper, i think theres one called winrar for windows that you can use.

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So I've been trying to download some soccer kit templates from a couple websites (fmglive.com notably) and they are the file type .RAR, which I know absolutely nothing about. Why can't it just be .psd!?

So when I open photoshop elements 6.0, it says that it can't open a .RAR because it is the "wrong type of file."

Anyone help?

RAR is compression format (like .zip, etc). It offers excellent compression for large files and excellent archive spanning/splitting capabilities. You need a program to unpack the file first. Winrar will do it, but it is not free. However, 7-Zip will unpack RAR files and is free. The only thing you can't do with 7-Zip is create a RAR archive.

Once you unpack the RAR archive you will find the .psd files inside it.

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Ahhh, I had a feeling it was like a .zip file just didn't know what to do with it. Thanks a lot!

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So I've been trying to download some soccer kit templates from a couple websites (fmglive.com notably) and they are the file type .RAR, which I know absolutely nothing about. Why can't it just be .psd!?

So when I open photoshop elements 6.0, it says that it can't open a .RAR because it is the "wrong type of file."

Anyone help?

RAR is compression format (like .zip, etc). It offers excellent compression for large files and excellent archive spanning/splitting capabilities. You need a program to unpack the file first. Winrar will do it, but it is not free. However, 7-Zip will unpack RAR files and is free. The only thing you can't do with 7-Zip is create a RAR archive.

Once you unpack the RAR archive you will find the .psd files inside it.

I got winrar for free, just go to download.com and search it.http://www.download.com/WinRAR/3000-2250_4-10007677.html link for those who want it

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One day I downloaded from network a good song.And after some days I saw that it was corrupted.But I fortunately found on my PC-rarfix download and software solved my problems in a minutes for free.Moreover application helped my good friend too.

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One day I downloaded from network a good song.And after some days I saw that it was corrupted.But I fortunately found on my PC-rarfix download and software solved my problems in a minutes for free.Moreover application helped my good friend too.

Someone set up us the RAR.

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GWAR > RAR

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I'm still surprised how many people haven't heard of the .RAR format in 2009.

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So I've been trying to download some soccer kit templates from a couple websites (fmglive.com notably) and they are the file type .RAR, which I know absolutely nothing about. Why can't it just be .psd!?

So when I open photoshop elements 6.0, it says that it can't open a .RAR because it is the "wrong type of file."

Anyone help?

Yesterday I opened my rar file with a film and couldn't watch it.The file was damaged.But I remembered about one tool for this situation and used it.Unfortunately it couldn't help me.I was dissapeared,but a friend advised me-corrupted rar files.To my great surprise software made it in seconds and for free.Moreover I saw how it scans the needed file and makes a decision, whether it is possible to save the data or not.

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Here, let me Google that for you.

The internet is your friend.

I was going to post something similar. The funny thing is that searching Google for "RAR?" would have taken far less time than navigating here, selecting a forum, posting a new topic, writing out some story, and then waiting for replies.

And this same process about a million different easily answered questions happens over and over again. How?

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I always thought WinRAR was software almost every Windows user installed. I guess not.

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So I've been trying to download some soccer kit templates from a couple websites (fmglive.com notably) and they are the file type .RAR, which I know absolutely nothing about. Why can't it just be .psd!?

So when I open photoshop elements 6.0, it says that it can't open a .RAR because it is the "wrong type of file."

Anyone help?

RAR is compression format (like .zip, etc). It offers excellent compression for large files and excellent archive spanning/splitting capabilities. You need a program to unpack the file first. Winrar will do it, but it is not free. However, 7-Zip will unpack RAR files and is free. The only thing you can't do with 7-Zip is create a RAR archive.

Once you unpack the RAR archive you will find the .psd files inside it.

I frequently use rar files,but once I was amazed,reason of all my rar archives were lost for no good reason. But I entered the Google and saw there - fixed not complete rar. I was lucky and the tool solved my trouble for a minute and without payment as I keep in mind. Moreover the application showed me how it retrieves all needed documents even from corrupted archives of RAR format and so on. I am glad this tool.

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This Zlatan character is pretty funny advertising his product, it's a shame his english isn't good enough or he'd make a great sales person.

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