Using the CD
To install the items from the CD to your hard drive, follow these steps.
1. Insert the CD into your computer’s CD-ROM drive.
The license agreement appears.
Note to Windows users: The interface won’t launch if you have autorun disabled. In that case, choose Start⇒Run. (For Windows Vista, choose Start⇒All Programs⇒Accessories⇒Run.) In the dialog box that appears, type D:\Start.exe. (Replace D with the proper letter if your CD drive uses a different letter. If you don’t know the letter, see how your CD drive is listed under My Computer.) Click OK.
Note to Mac users: When the CD icon appears on your desktop, double-click the icon to open the CD and then double-click the Start icon. Also, note that the content menus may not function as expected in newer versions of Safari and Firefox; however, the documents are available by navigating to the Contents folder.
2. Read through the license agreement and then click the Accept button if you want to use the CD.
The CD interface appears. The interface allows you to browse the contents and install the programs with just a click of a button (or two).