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 Messages: How to View Interactive Tutorials
The Interactive Tutorials output is formatted for Flash. Flash is viewed using the free Macromedia Flash Player. You must have a copy of Macromedia's Flash Player on your hard drive to use these tutorials. If you do not already have a copy, you may download one from Macromedia.

Tutorials may be downloaded as executable files for viewing in your Flash Player. Each tutorial consists of an interactive stand-alone lesson on such topics as how to use basic STAMPCATalog Plus options to Plug-Ins.

How to Run a Tutorial: Depending on your computer's screen resolution (especially low resolution 800x600), you may find it necessary to run the tutorial with the Flash Player's View - Full Screen (<Ctrl>F) menu option. Is there a tutorial that you would like to see? Please contact me. If you use a tutorial, I would appreciate hearing if it met your needs or, if not, why. Comments and suggestions are appreciated.

Run while on-line: To run a tutorial from your web browser while on-line just click on the link for the tutorial you want.

Download: Download the tutorial from the Download page. Run the executable file (c_xxxxxx.exe where xxxxxx is the tutorial file name) and unzip it from the self-extracting executable. Load the unzipped file (t_xxxxxx.exe where xxxxxx is the tutorial file name) to a convenient location on your hard disk. Run this executable file and the tutorial will start in your Flash Player.

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