Installing Timekeeper 97
27 March 2004
Use this file if you do not have Access 2000 or later and either
do not have Timekeeper or your Timekeeper is before version 1.3.
This installation file is a single zipped file containing the
components described in Timekeeper Files
and the many files needed by the run-time-only Microsoft Access
97. All the mdb files are in the Access 97 file format. Perform
the following steps to download and install Timekeeper:
- Download the 9.7MB self extracting zip file,
You will need to obtain a User ID and Password from
firstname.lastname@example.org before proceeding.
In the UK use TkA2p14A97z.exe.
- Run Tk2p14A97z to unzip the files. You can unzip to where
ever you keep temporary files. This will create a folder Tk2p14
containing the installation files. Just remember where you put
- If you are installing Timekeeper on this machine find the
folder Tk2p14 and in it find the application setup.exe and run
setup. There are several files named setup. You want the one
with type application and an icon like a computer and a box of
floppies. When setup is finished you will see just a Readme file.
- Before you can use the Timekeeper Program you must first
run the Timekeeper Utility and click the button Finish Installation.
You can now use the Program and the Demo program. To run the
Timekeeper programs use the shortcut placed in your Start menu
under Timekeeper 97.
- You may delete the temporary directory Tk2p14 after finishing
- If you are installing Timekeeper on a different machine,
copy the contents of the folder Tk2p14 to a Zip disk or a writable
CD. There is about 20MB of files so you can not use a floppy.
You should then be able to install directly from the Zip disk
Setup will normally install Timekeeper 97 in C:\Program Files\Timekeeper\.
If you wish to use Timekeeper on several machines on a LAN see
installing Timekeeper on a LAN. Those
of you in the UK might want to check out Timekeeper
If you are using a version of Timekeeper before 1.0 then you
can get your data into Timekeeper 97 using the restore function
of the Timekeeper utility. See repairing
Timekeeper data for information about problems which might
be in your old data and how to fix them.
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