Wusage 7.1 Manual: Obtaining The Latest Version of Wusage


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Wusage 7.1 Manual

Obtaining The Latest Version of Wusage

You can obtain an evaluation copy of the latest version of Wusage from

http://www.boutell.com/wusage/download.html

We recommend that you access the above page to get the latest information about downloading Wusage.

If you cannot access external http sites, just open an anonymous FTP session to:

ftp.boutell.com, directory: pub/boutell/wusage/

If a copy for your operating system is not available, feel free to contact us with information about your specific needs. See the Contacting section for more information.

After you download your evaluation copy and save it to disk, you will need to take the following steps to unpack it.

Unpacking Wusage under Unix

Note that the filename of the archive you download may differ slightly to match your operating system's name:

gunzip wusage7.1.osname.tar.gz
tar -xf wusage7.1.osname.tar
You are now ready to start the program. See the Launching the Wusage Application section for more information.

Unpacking Wusage under Windows 95/98/2000 and NT

Just download the file wusagedl.exe and double-click it on your desktop or in your file manager to start the installation procedure. Wusage for Windows 95/98/2000 and NT contains self-installation routines.

Unpacking wusage on a MacOS Macintosh

Download the file wusage7.1.powermac.sea.hqx. If your Macintosh is not set up to automatically unpack Stuffit Expander archives, start Stuffit Expander yourself and open this file to extract the Wusage 7.1 folder.

You are now ready to start the program. See the Launching the Wusage Application section for more information.

If you have not yet registered, your evaluation copy will work for 30 days, after which it will expire. See the Registering Your Copy Of Wusage section for more information.


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Table of Contents
Topical Configuration Editor Reference
Alphabetical Configuration Editor Reference
Alphabetical Configuration File Reference
Glossary of Frequently Used Terms

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