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Download and installation



Follow these steps to download and install Four Pillars Finance 1.1 on your computer.
If you are using Windows 95 , 98 or Me, make sure to read the special instructions in Step 3 below.
If you are not so experienced with downloading from the net, it might be a good idea to print out this page for future reference.

Step 1 : Download the software.

Click here to download Four Pillars Finance 1.1   (Self extracting zipfile 6.48 MB)

Step 2 : Install the software.
Just run the downloaded "fpf11.exe" file and the setup will start automatically.
Follow the instructions on the screen.
When the setup is complete, you can run the program from the Windows "Start" menu.

Step 3 : Important if you are using Windows 95/98, Windows 2000 or Me.
FPF 1.1 uses the lastest technology provided by Microsoft Windows(TM).
If you have an older Windows version, you may experience "runtime errors" when you try to use the program.
In that case you will need "Microsoft Data Access Components 2.5 Service Pack 3":
Click here to install this service pack from the Microsoft site

Windows 2000 users will need "Microsoft Data Access Components 2.7 Service Pack 1 Refresh":
Click here to install this service pack from the Microsoft site

These components are absolutely necessary for the program to function properly.

Windows Vista, XP or NT need not install these extra files.

Step 4 : Ask support.
Please contact us if you have any problem or question, or are unsure how to proceed.



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