Putting a C-Law software icon on your Windows desktop
By default the installation program does not attempt to put at an icon on the desktop.
You will have an item in the program menu listing "C-Law 2000" which will contain at least two sub items - "C-Law 2000" and "Upgrade software".
Note that the menu may refer to C-Law 2000 - this was the original version of C-Law 2000 series and if you see C-Law 2000 on your menu it does not mean you have the older version. The title screen on starting C-Law tells you the current software you are using. The remainder of the this page refers to C-Law 2000 as this is probably what you will see when setting up menus and shortcuts.
Select EXPLORE and click the left hand button on this.
An "Explorer" window will appear. Look in the right hand pane and find "Programs" and double click on it. Then find "C-Law 2000" and double click on it.
You will then see a window similar to that shown below
Click the RIGHT HAND mouse button on C-Law 2000 in the right hand pane. You should have a drop down menu similar to that shown above. Select COPY with the mouse and click the LEFT mouse button on this item.
Then click the "X" at the top right hand corner of the Explorer Window. It should disappear.
Make sure you can see your screen desktop with the various Icons and then put the mouse pointer somewhere on a blank place and click the RIGHT hand mouse button. A drop down menu item will appear. Select PASTE and left click on it. The C-Law 2000 icon should then appear on your desktop
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