Copy the DLL and EXE files into a directory of your choice on your computer. After testing the programs you can just delete the entire directory.
You may update your DLL and EXE files if you have a valid maintenance agreement. NOTE! It is safer to copy the downloaded files into a separate directory. We will also provide you with the current Access Codes if necessary.
Unzip the downloaded ZIP file using a suitable tool (e.g. WinZip) - preferably into a new directory. Then copy all the unzipped files to the BIN directory of your CP installation (e.g. C:\Cremer\BIN).
Please review our standard agreements relating to copyright laws (provided at the end of the CREDIT Introductory Workbook - see below for download).
In some versions of Windows, the Microsoft Attachment Manager marks the installation zip files that are downloaded from the Cremer website as being of unknown origin.
If you unpack the ZIP archive, this information is passed on to the extracted files, and one of the following messages will thus then appear, depending on the version of Windows being used, when the files are executed:
Up to and including Windows 7:
From Windows 8:
You can avoid getting these messages by opening the properties dialog for the ZIP file immediately after it has been downloaded (with the right mouse button in Explorer) and pressing the "Unblock" button at the bottom right of that dialog.
The warning flag that arises during the download process will then be removed and the unpacked files can be run without warning messages appearing.