Users who sign up for the 30-day free trial or purchase the platform will receive an email with download instructions and a link to download the program. To install MultiCharts:
- Download the program (by clicking on the link provided in the email).
Figure 1: Download MultiCharts window
- Save the ".exe" file to your computer.
Figure 2: Save the .exe file
- Double-click the file and click "Run."
Figure 3: Run program window
- Follow the prompts of the Installation Wizard (see below).
- Run the program by double-clicking on the MultiCharts icon.
Double-clicking on the file will launch the MultiCharts Setup Wizard. Click "Next" to continue.
Follow the instructions, being certain to check the box next to "I accept the terms in the License Agreement" on the End-User License Agreement window. Click "Next" to continue.
|Figure 1: Download MultiCharts window|
The next window shows what is new in the current release of MultiCharts. Review the information, if desired, and click next to continue.
The next window allows users to choose a destination folder for the installation; by default, MultiCharts will install to the C: \Program Files\TS Support\MultiCharts\ file location. Click "Change" to install to a different destination folder, if desired. Once a folder has been chosen, click "Next" to continue.
The "Install MultiCharts" window will appear; uncheck the boxes next to any features that are unwanted, and click "Install" to begin the installation. The installation process may take several minutes depending on the speed of the Internet connection.
|Figure 2: Save the .exe file|
|Figure 3: Run program window|
Open the program by double-clicking on the icon that now appears on the desktop, in the Quick Launch Bar or in the Programs header of the Start Menu.
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