|Build-A-Board®: for Windows; The Next Generation of Onscreen Keyboards; Version 2.20 Release 3; User's Guide|
In Windows, insert the CD or DVD - the AutoRun feature will load the Installation Assistant - you may Install a licensed product , Install other product demos, or view Release Information. If you have a Certificate of Authenticity, enter your License Key, Serial Number, and Name to Install and automatically License.
If AutoRun is not enabled:
In Windows, Click on the Start Button
Select D:SETUP, or type D:SETUP (or E:SETUP if CD/DVD drive E:, etc.)
Press (ENTER) or click on OK
In some versions of Windows, you may not have the Run Option - select Computer, your CD/DVD drive, and open Setup
Answer the questions and follow the instructions on your screen
Note: You may also Un-Install Build-A-Board by running SETUP.EXE After Build-A-Board has been properly installed. (Build-A-Board Setup will ask you if you wish to Un-Install.) This has been provided as a convenience to the user. It is recommended that you use the Control Panel | Add/Remove Programs Icon to remove Build-A-Board.
Click on the Start Button, and open the Start Menu.
Select (All) Programs, then Select Build-A-Board. Build-A-Board menu will have selections corresponding to the icons in the group. Select Build-A-Board to begin operation.
Build-A-Board will automatically run after install. You may click on the small icon in the tray (near the clock) for Build-A-Board menu. Refer to the on-line help, and the User's guide for features and capabilities of Build-A-Board.