Installing Contract Tools
To install Contract Tools, you need PaperSoftwareContractToolsSetup.exe (available at https://papersoftware.com/support).
You may need to have an administrator account on your computer to install Contract Tools.
Find PaperSoftwareContractToolsSetup.exe on your computer, and then double-click it to open Contract Tools Setup.
When Contract Tools Setup is finished, click Finish.
Note: On computers with Word 2007, you must install Contract Tools only for you, not for everyone who uses your computer. To install Contract Tools only for you, choose “Only me ([Your User Name])”, not “Everyone who uses this computer”, in the Installation Type dialog of Contract Tools Setup.
When you install Contract Tools, you also install Contract Tools’ prerequisites; see Prerequisites for Installing Contract Tools to learn more.
After you install Contract Tools, you can try it for free for 7 days; see Trying Contract Tools to learn more.
If you have a Contract Tools subscription, you can activate Contract Tools using your activation key; see Activating Contract Tools to learn more.
When you open Word after installing Contract Tools, this alert message may appear: “The solution cannot be installed because it is signed by a publisher whom you have not yet chosen to trust. If you trust the publisher, add the certificate to the Trusted Publisher List.” To learn how to add Paper Software to your list of trusted publishers, see Adding Paper Software as a Trusted Publisher.
You may need to enable Contract Tools in Word; see Enabling Contract Tools to learn how.
To learn how to uninstall Contract Tools, see Uninstalling Contract Tools.
To learn how to troubleshoot problems with installing Contract Tools, see Contract Tools Setup Won’t Download Prerequisites and Program Compatibility Assistant Appears After Installing Contract Tools.