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How to install Syncfusion Offline Class Reference setup?

For Visual Studio 2005 and 2008:

1. Double click the syncfusionessentialstudiohelpsetupcref1_xxx.exe. Welcome wizard will be displayed.

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2. Click Next. License Agreement window will be displayed. Read and click the “I accept the agreement” checkbox, and then click Next.

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3. To remove the previously installed documentation, click “Remove previously installed documentation setup” checkbox and click Next.

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4. Provide the location for the documentation to be installed, and click Next. You can also change the install location by clicking the Browse button.

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5. Provide the Start Menu folder for the shortcut, and click Next. You can also change the location by clicking Browse.

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6. Confirmation window for the install location and shortcut folder will be displayed. If the locations have to be changed, click Back and change the locations. If not, click Install.

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7. Offline documentation installation will start.

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8. Completed window will be displayed once the documentation is installed. Click Finish to exit the installation wizard.

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9. After the documentation has been installed, you can view the document by clicking Help->Contents in Visual Studio.

 

For Visual Studio 2010 and later:

1. Double click the syncfusionessentialstudiohelpsetupcref2_xxx.exe. Welcome wizard will be displayed.

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2. Click Next. License Agreement window will be displayed. Read and click the “I accept the agreement” checkbox, and then click Next.

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3. Visual Studio checkboxes will be enabled only if the corresponding version Visual Studio and it’s Help Viewer is installed. To remove the previously installed documentation, click “Remove previously installed documentation setup” checkbox and click Next.

4. Provide the location for the documentation to be installed, and click Next. You can also change the install location by clicking the Browse button.

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5. Provide the Start Menu folder for the shortcut, and click Next. You can also change the location by clicking Browse.

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6. Confirmation window for the install location and shortcut folder will be displayed. If the locations have to be changed, click Back and change the locations. If not, click Install.

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7. Offline documentation installation will start.

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8. Completed window will be displayed once the documentation is installed. Click Finish to exit the installation wizard.

9. After the documentation has been installed, you can view the document by clicking Help->View Help in Visual Studio.

 

 

Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control:
8047 10/31/2017 11/01/2017 Miscellaneous Install and Configuration
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