Vu X Professional 5
The Déjà Vu X Installation Wizard appears.
Click Next to view the license agreement. Read the license
Vu X Professional
If you agree with the terms, select I accept the license agreement
and click Next. If you do not, select I do not accept the license
agreement and click Cancel to end Setup.
Setup prompts you to enter your name and organization.
Enter your name and organization, and click Next.
Vu X Professional 7
If you do not want to use the default destination directory that Setup
specifies, you can click Browse to select a directory.
Click Next. The Select Installation Type dialog will be displayed.
You can select
If you chose Custom setup, you will be shown a list of Déjà Vu X
Professional components, including the different spellcheckers and
the Terminology Templates. You can click on them to select whether
you want them to be installed, installed when required, or not
available. Select the components you want to install and click Next.
Vu X Professional 9
Setup is now ready to begin. Click Next to start the setup process.
Setup will display a dialog indicating the progress of installation.
Once Setup has finished successfully, a final dialog will appear.
Click Finish to close Setup.
When the installation is finished, Setup may ask whether you want to
reboot your system (this will happen if there were any files which
Setup could not update because they were in use). It is
recommended that you do reboot so that all new files will be properly
Déjà Vu X Professional is now installed.
Vu X Professional 11
Déjà Vu X Professional’s installation program provides a repair feature
that you can use to reinstall possibly corrupted program files. This
program will not modify or replace any user files, so you do not have to
be afraid that it will change any of the files that you have created (this
includes files like spelling dictionaries or the file that stores your Déjà Vu
The program will update the program files according to the version/
update you last installed on your computer. This means that you need to
have access to the installation files. This could be the CD, your hard-
drive, or the Internet if you performed a web-based install.
To repair the installation
Close any running session of Déjà Vu X Professional.
Select Start>Settings>Control Panel>Add/Remove Programs.
Highlight Déjà Vu X in the list of installed programs.
On Windows 2000 or XP, select Change; on Windows NT 4, 98, or ME
The Deja Vu X Setup dialog appears
You can choose to
modify the installation (to add or delete spell-checking
dictionaries and/or terminology database templates),
delete the installation, or
repair the installation.
Select Repair and click Next.
You are prompted to either cancel the process or continue.
A progress indicator shows you the progress of the installation.