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Re: HELP - KENNDY PROJECT
Posted by: Maggie Kitts Date: April 12, 2000 at 22:47:28
In Reply to: HELP - KENNDY PROJECT by Marilyn Lane of 11492

Hello Marilyn Lane,

You have to have the UFTree program itself installed onto the computer you will use for the demonstration."

The Kennedy project was on every UFTree program CD and every UFTree installation will include the Kennedy project.

Kennedy is in the folder called Sample (unless you deleted it sometime in the past).

Open the UFTree program on the demo computer.

If any project (other than Kennedy) is open, File, Close Project.

Next, File, Open Project.

Never open a project when another project is still open. You will find both projects have merged and you DO NOT want to do that.

Look at the large box on the center right called Folders:

Double click on UFTree or Roots 4 or whatever the program folder is called.

Use the slider to go down and double click on the word, Sample.

Kennedy.pro will appear in the larger box on the right side. Double click Kennedy.pro and that project should open.

Considering how messy the UFTree 2.0 program was, I suggest doing your best to use a more recent version. 3.0 if you have it on the demo computer, or 2.9, 2.8 or even 2.5.

Maggie Kitts


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