Below is the download button for Version 4 of Cabinet Planner which has a built-in free trial period of 15
uses. If you decide to purchase the program, you will not need to download it again. The download is about
5Mb, which should only take about 14 minutes with a 56K modem. Please be sure to look through the
ONLINE MANUAL if you are downloading the program for evaluation.
Please note that the settings that are provided with the download may not design your cabinets exactly as
you would like to build them. Some experimenting with the various settings will probably be needed. If you
are having trouble figuring out how to get something planned correctly, please feel free to contact me.
Also, during the free trial the printing capabilities are disabled and parts sizes are not given. The main
purpose of the free trial is to make sure the program will run on your system and give you an idea of what it
can do. It isn't meant to let you design and build a set of cabinets for free. If you have any questions
concerning whether the program will give you the correct part sizes for your type of construction please
send me an email and I will be able to let you know.
Press the download button above and the Setup file will begin to download.
After the download completes click Run again and follow the instructions. If you receive a
Windows security warning, click Run to continue with the installation.
This program requires a screen size of 1024 x 768 or larger in order to function properly
If you are downloading the program for evaluation purposes, click the "Free trial" button when you
open the program and it will start your trial period. You should read through the on-line manual
before using it so you can get the most out of your trial period.
If you should get a error message saying the downloaded file is corrupt, it is caused from having
the download interrupted before it completed. Unfortunately Windows stubbornly holds on to the
corrupt file even if you try to download it again.
You can delete your temporary Internet files and try downloading the file again, or you can try using
a download manager such as DAP, http://www.speedbit.com/
To delete your temporary Internet files:
1. Quit Internet Explorer and quit any instances of Windows Explorer.
2. Click Start, click Control Panel, and then double-click Internet Options.
3. On the General tab, click Delete Files under Temporary Internet Files.
4. In the Delete Files dialog box, click to select the Delete all offline content check box, and
then click OK.
5. Click OK.
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