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When you download and extract the exercise files, there's four items inside of there. First is the Art-Templates folder. This contains the source Photoshop files: one called template.psd, which has the pre-sliced graphics we use for the template art, and teapots.psd, which has all the teapots we saw in the introduction video. Inside of Files-to-add, we have a copy of jQuery and a copy of Roundabout, which is a jQuery plug-in written by Fred LeBlanc, and he has given us permission to include this in our project files. Third is a Snippet.html file. This is going to contain all of the individual data for all of the individual teapots that we're going to be cutting and pasting in. And item number 4 contains a complete copy of the final project.
And now with all of our exercise files downloaded, in the next movie we will start by creating the folders that are going to hold our project.
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