Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Note to Windows users: The interface won’t launch if you have autorun
disabled. In that case, choose Start
Run. In the dialog box that appears,
type D:\start.exe. (Replace D with the proper letter if your CD-ROM
drive uses a different letter. If you don’t know the letter, see how your
CD-ROM drive is listed under My Computer.) Click OK.
2. Read through the license agreement, and then click the Accept button
if you want to use the CD.
3. The CD interface appears. The interface allows you to install the
programs and run the demos with just a click of a button (or two).
What You’ll Find on the CD
The following sections are arranged by category and provide a summary of
the software and other goodies you’ll find on the CD. If you need help with
installing the items provided on the CD, refer back to the installation
instructions in the preceding section.
Shareware programs are fully functional, free, trial versions of copyrighted
programs. If you like particular programs, register with their authors for a
nominal fee and receive licenses, enhanced versions, and technical support.
Freeware programs are free, copyrighted games, applications, and utilities.
You can copy them to as many PCs as you like — for free — but they offer no
GNU software is governed by its own license, which is included inside the
folder of the GNU software. There are no restrictions on distribution of GNU
software. See the GNU license at the root of the CD for more details.
Trial, demo, or evaluation versions of software are usually limited either by
time or functionality (such as not letting you save a project after you create it).
Empire Suite, from WSG System Corp.
Demo version, Windows
This suite of solutions includes Empire Time for both Project Financial
Management and Resource Skills Management. Customized user interfaces