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Paul Mennen wrote:
>
>
>> Furthermore, I don't have enough computer programming
>> experience to know that I could put my excutable on a
>> website and distribute the information that way.
>
> It doesn't require any programming experience to transfer
> files this way. There are many web sites already out there
> which can do this for you.
>
> These two I believe allow you to transfer a file
> as big as 1Gb:
>
> www.dropsend.com
> www.gigasize.com
>
> Here are some more choices, although I think the
> file size limit on most of these is 100 Mbytes:
>
> www.dropload.com
> www.yousendit.com
> www.mailbigfile.com
> www.mediafire.com
> <http://files.ww.com>
>
> ~Paul
  
Thanks