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Installing certain updates on a Mac


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I haven't posted here in awhile, haven't ran into any problems until now.

I use Neo Office on my Mac. Last night, it prompted me to download an update which I did. I went to install it, it asked me WHERE to install the update at. I had no clue since on w regular windows computer, it does not prompt me where to install updates of any kind, it "automatically knows" where to put the update.

So my question is, and I hope I don't have to call Mac where do I install this Neo Office Update? Do I put it in the Neo Office Directory? I've noticed this too with other updates...prompts me with where I want to put them. So what do I do? Any answers here???

Thanks for any help. I STILL have not completely switched over to my Mac, still have programs I MUST use on my PC. I can't even find any decently priced software (desktop publishing) to use for making labels/cards/business cards, etc..., Everything is like $50 and up for a Mac and I can buy other stuff for PC's for under $10!!

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I just let it install to Macintosh HD, the default drive. Seemed to go OK.
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If Neo Office is installed on the main drive, then that's where you install the update. If it's on a different drive, you install it there instead.


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I just let it install to Macintosh HD, the default drive. Seemed to go OK.
Thank you so much! That's all I needed to know!
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