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Installation Instructions Requires Mac OS X 10.3 or greater
Download a self-extracting demo installer:
Full demo – 44 MB
See ackdemom.hqx under Associated files
Installs support documents and Help menu links
Web demo – 18 MB
See ackdemomweb.hqx under Associated files
Does not install all support documents and disables Help links for some items
This smaller demo file for quicker download does install the AcqKnowledge Tutorial & Demo.pdf guide.
Depending on your OS settings, you may need to convert or unstuff the download (.hqx and .sea formats). If necessary, you can download a free “Stuffit Expander” at www.stuffit.com.
Double-click on the downloaded demo installer.
A Wizard will guide you through installation.
Start the AcqKnowledge Demo by opening the “AcqKnowledge 3.9 DEMO” folder in the Applications folder on the Macintosh HD and clicking “AcqKnowledge 3.9 Demo” to launch the program, and then click the “Start” button in the graph window.
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