|Directions to download, install, and run Build a Medieval Castle free educational software.|
We have a web page of instructions for putting your medieval castle together:
'Putting Your Castle
the software on your computer:
Windows 95: use Explorer to navigate to the folder where you saved the installation program. (You can use FIND, FILES OR FOLDERS to locate the installation program if necessary.) Double click on the installation program to run it. You will be prompted for a folder to install Build a Medieval Castle into and a Program Group for the icon to appear in. The default choices that you are offered in the dialog boxes are recommended.
Windows 3.1: Use File Manager to navigate to the directory where you saved the installation program. Double click on the installation program to install Build a Medieval Castle. You will be prompted for a folder to install Build a Medieval Castle into and a Program Group for the icon to appear in. The default choices that you are offered in the dialog boxes are recommended.
Windows 3.1: After the program is installed there will be a Program Group in Program Manager with the name chosen in the installation program. The default name is "Owl and Mouse". There will be an icon in the program group for Build a Medieval Castle. Double click on the icon to run the program.
When you run the program you will see a list of parts you
can print. Click on one and click the print
button. You will see a dialog box that allows you
to select your printer and the number of copies.
When you click OK the part will print.
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We welcome all comments on your and your children's experience with Build a Medieval Castle. Any additional learning ideas will be added to this page for others to enjoy. If you have any digital photos of your castles send them to us and we will put them on the web for other children to see.
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