operating systems and different browsers have slightly different steps and methods
to download files and then install them. The end user must be familiar with the
system he is using because the steps and terms may vary from the generalized steps
below. HUD currently uses the Windows XP operating system and the Internet Explorer
6.0 Internet Browser and can not provide assistance for all the different operating
systems and browsers that can be used with this downloadable software.
the APPS Industry Tutorial software
downloading (saving) the executable file to your Desktop or a temporary directory
on your hard drive. If after downloading you get a pop-up window saying Open,
you may click on that to install the software. Otherwise you must access your
Desktop or the directory you downloaded the file to and click on the downloaded
self-extracting executable file, named appstutorial-ind.exe. For example, right
click on the Start button in Windows, then left click on Explore to call up Windows
Explorer. Navigate to the Directory where you downloaded the file and click on
on the Unzip button in the WinZip pop-up window. After successful installation
a message will state, "54 file(s) unzipped successfully." The files
will automatically create and extract to a directory called appstutorial on your
c: drive. Click on the Close button in the WinZip pop-up window.
using Windows XP, the installation process of unzipping the files will automatically
place an "APPS Industry Tutorial" icon on your Desktop screen. Simply
access your PC's Desktop and double click on the APPS Industry Tutorial icon to
start the program. Another icon is placed with "All Programs" on your
you are not using Windows XP, or the icons are not available, you will have to
go to the C:\appstutorial directory to start the program. The easiest way to do
this is to use your Internet browser. Click on "File" then "Open"
and browse to or manually enter the directory and file name: C:\appstutorial\ind-index.html
to start the tutorial program.
NON-XP systems, like Windows 98, the installation will still create the directory
structure C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Desktop etc.
The two APPS Industry
Tutorial icons mentioned above can be found as the only files in that directory
structure. You can move them somewhere more convenient for you to access.