How to install TW in Compact Mode (USB mode)

Install TW in Compact Mode

OBJECTIVE: To install theWord onto a USB flash drive.

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How to “normally” install TW on a Windows machine

There are times when you want a second “copy” of the program on your hard disk, or you want to install the program onto a USB flash drive, and this post will examine this function, and tell you how to use it. Continue reading How to install TW in Compact Mode (USB mode)

Installing a TWZIP module

Costas has come up with another way to install TW modules.

This is very easy. Now instead of making new TW modules into an installer exe, we can just zip it up as a compressed file with the extension “*.twzip”.

How to install a TWZip file into theWord?

First of all, you download this file from the Internet. Do not worry about whether they are a bunch of modules in one TWZIP compressed file, or a bunch of single module TWZIPs. Download everything.

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Specialized theWord Study Area

Specialized theWord Study Area. Today we live in a day when most people have huge hard disks. Space is a luxury most people have. In this post, I just want to share with you something that I have been doing for years. It works really well most of the time. What I am talking about is physically making a tw installation on your computer for just a specialized study. What we are going to do is to set up an area with just certain modules.

What I am suggesting here can also be done with Module Layout Sets. So this is not the only way to set up something similar.

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Installing theWord on Mac-Linux-Ubuntu

I will be open about this, I don’t have a linux machine nor a Mac. But from the feedback from the many people who have installed theWord on these platforms it is fully possible to install and use the program on these platforms.

NOTE: Being a Mac or Linux user, you should be aware of the possibility of using Windows programs on your platform via a WINE (Windows Interpretation and Emulator). This WINE program is also free. These programs are platform specific, and they allow you to install theWord program on your machine. It is possible. Continue reading Installing theWord on Mac-Linux-Ubuntu