Lion 10.6 Download

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  1. Hold down the right mouse button and click on the link below.
    Download EstimateS 9.1.0 for Windows (56 MB zip)
  2. Choose 'Save Target As' from the popup menu that appears.
  3. Place and save the zipped file where you would like to run EstimateS (e.g. the Programs directory, but you can put it anywhere you like).
  4. Double-click the zipped file to unpack EstimateS (it may happen automatically), which will be inside a folder called 'EstimateS 9 Windows.'
  5. Delete the zip file if you wish.
  6. Launch EstimateS from the EstimateSWin910.exe file in the EstimateS 9 Windows folder. You can make a shortcut and move it elsewhere it you want.
  7. See the EstimateS User's Guide (at this website) for instructions on using EstimateS.
  1. Hold down the Control key and click on the link below.
    Download EstimateS 9.1.0 for Mac OS (63 MB zipped)

  2. Choose 'Download Linked File As..' from the popup menu that appears.
  3. Place and save the zipped file where you would like to run EstimateS (e.g. the Applications folder, but you can put it anywhere you like).
  4. Double-click the zipped file to unpack EstimateS (it may happen automatically), which will be inside a folder called 'EstimateS 9 Mac.'
  5. Delete the zip file if you wish.
  6. Launch EstimateS by double-clicking its icon inside the Estimates 9 Mac folder, or drag the EstimateS icon to the Dock to create an alias in the Dock and launch it there.
  7. See the EstimateS User's Guide (at this website) for instructions on using EstimateS.

  1. Hold down the right mouse button and click on the link below.
    Download EstimateS 8.2.0 for Windows (4.9 MB)
  2. Choose 'Save Target As' from the popup menu that appears.
  3. Create and name a new, temporary folder (e.g. 'EstimateS temp') on the Desktop or elsewhere. (You will delete it later.)
  4. Save the downloaded file (SetupEstimateSWin800.exe) in the new folder.
  5. Launch the installer (SetupEstimateSWin800.exe) by (left) double-clicking its icon. The installer places EstimateS in the Programs folder (by default), and creates a shortcut in the Programs menu (Start --> Programs).
  6. Launch EstimateS from the shortcut in the Programs menu or from its icon in the Estimates folder inside the Programs folder.
  7. You may delete the temporary folder (e.g. 'EstimateS temp') that you created in Step 3.
  8. See the EstimateS User's Guide (at this website) for instructions on using EstimateS.
  1. Hold down the Control (Ctl) key and click on the link below.
    Download EstimateS 8.2.0 for Mac OS (21.3 MB)

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  2. Choose 'Download Linked File' from the popup menu that appears.
  3. In your Downloads folder, launch the installer (InstallEstimates800Mac) by double-clicking its icon. The installer places EstimateS in the Applications folder (by default).
  4. Launch EstimateS from the its icon in the Estimates folder inside the Applications folder, or drag its icon to the Dock to create an alias in the Dock and launch it there.
  5. You may delete the installer (InstallEstimates800Mac).
  6. See the EstimateS User's Guide (at this website) for instructions on using EstimateS.