QS: Offline Register

QS: Offline Register

QS: Offline Register To register QS Offline Follow the steps below: 1- Download. 2- Install. 3- Register. Continue = Mouse Click Exit = Key 1- Download Use a connected computer to download QuikScripts from: http://www.quikscripts.net

The downloaded program must be stored on your hard drive or on a large media that can be read by your internet computer (online) and your work(QS) computer (offline). An example of such a media would be a Zip disk, USB memory stick, or CD (with a CD burner- common on most computers for the last two years). Take the media to your offline computer. Continue = Mouse Click Exit = Key 2- Install Place the media in your offline computer.

Run the QS setup from the media. The Setup screens will guide you through the setup process. Continue = Mouse Click Exit = Key 3- Register(1) Launch QS, the contact info screen will appear. Fill in the required info. Check the register offline box.

Press the Purchase > button. Continue = Mouse Click Exit = Key Register(2) The offline submission screen will appear. Place an empty floppy in your A: drive. Press the Submit/DSK button.

The QS will provide more instructions to follow. Continue = Mouse Click Exit = Key Register(3) Take the floppy back to the connected computer

Place the floppy in A: drive Run the GetKey program from the floppy GetKey will guide you through the purchase process. Wait for 12-15 minutes then run again GetKey to retrieve your key. If the key is retrieved youll be informed to take the floppy to the offline computer. Continue = Mouse Click Exit = Key Register(4) Place the floppy in A:

drive (offline computer). Run QS. The Retrieve screen will appear, press the Retrieve button. QS will automatically retrieve the key. The end. Continue = Mouse Click Exit = Key

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