How to install offline HELP

I have downloaded the English offline HELP file but I can’t figure out how to install it. What’s the trick?
LO v x64 Windows 10

Install LibreOffice Helppack for Windows

Thanks for your reply, Hrbrgr. Your suggested link references HelpPack which I don’t see in the files I have downloaded (see attached), so I’m stumped.

As you can surmise, I am not a tech-savvy user, so I’ll need a bit more of a push, please.

The helppack should be found in the same “Download” folder as the main program.
This is described in the link above.
Your screenshot from a zip program is no help for me.

If you lack knowledge for installing programs, you should consult a computer professional.

The helppack is a separate *.msi file.
Are you sure that you have downloaded this file according to your program version?

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You need to download the help installation file for Windows 10 64 bit.

You appear to have downloaded a Linux help file that you can’t install on Windows

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Just to be very sure, call Tools>Options… LanguageSettings>Languages and note the exact user interface language, for instance English(USA).
Click on that language on Download LibreOffice | LibreOffice - Free Office Suite - Based on OpenOffice - Compatible with Microsoft
On the next web page make sure that “Windows (64-bit)” is selected under “Choose your operating system:”
Click the yellow Download button. You’ll find an installation file for Windows in your downloads folder. Double-click that file.

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I downloaded LO 3 times yesterday. Each time I was presented with a ZIP file. That’s why I included the screenshot I did.

Thanks for joining in, EarnestAl. I did not intentionally download the Linux…my bad. I’ll try again.

Thanks, Villeroy, for those instructions. I’m not exactly how I got there, but it seems I clicked on the right button this time as the download was the Install Wizard I’m used to seeing. After running, offline help seems to have been installed. When I tried using it, I got a new page that was on point.

Thanks to all who offered comments. It looks like I’m all set… but it surely was a struggle for us non-techies.