To access an FTP via Windows' File Explorer, you will need to open a new File Explorer window. 

The File Explorer can be found a number of ways; most commonly it is found on the Task Bar at the bottom of the screen.
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Navigate to This PC in the left-hand file menu. Right-click anywhere on the blank space within the file display section and choose Add a network location from the contextual menu that opens.
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This will open the Add Network Location Wizard. Once that appears, press the Next button.
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Click on the Choose a custom network location option, then the Next button.
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The next window will prompt for the network address. This is where you will copy the FTP URL provided to you via email. Then, press the Next button.

Please Note: If you are looking to add
Congressional MARC files, please contact us.
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The next window will ask what you would like to name this new network location. This name is what will display on the left-hand file menu of your File Explorer windows, as you will see below. Once finished, press the Next button.
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The next window will have the message the location has been successfully created. Then, press the Finish button. 
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The FTP folder will then open and display your MARC files in the file display section. You can also navigate back to this folder by selecting it in the left-hand file menu.
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If you have any further questions, please contact us.