IIRC, the NFPA offers a Code on CD, but I'm not sure of the format. http://www.nfpa.org/catalog/product.asp?category%5Fname=NEC+%2F+Electrical+Products&pid=70CD05&target%5Fpid=70CD05&src%5Fpid=&link%5Ftype=category%5Ffp&src=catalog
You must keep the CD-ROM in the drive to use Folio Views.
I don't have to... It gives you an option on install full or partial, or something like that, but you can install Folio Veiws with it, and not have to have the disck in.
Speaking of Folio Views, wish it were easier to export the pictures in it. It's good for seaching, and printing, but have a hard time e-mailing or say posting some of the pictures in a jpg format. ---------------------------------------- Like this one: 3 steps to do it?!
iwire, this one you posted recently.
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One person (a inspector that wanted it on his desk PC and Laptop) also responded that installing the program on two machines was against the licensing agreement.
That was pretty frustrating when I found that out. As Bob was saying, I wanted a copy on both of my computers. I wanted on my desktop for when I create teaching materials and on my laptop for when I teach. Not only could I not do it due to some sort of protection on the disk, but, as Bob stated, I found out that it is unlawful to do that with a single user license
Doug, I like the sounds of that lawsuit. I have real a problem with the concept of "ignorance of the law is no excuse" being combined with "you have to pay through the nose to a private company to find out what that law is."
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