Windows XP / Vista Version
The current version of cuePics is 1.1.1. The download of cuePics for Windows comes as a self-extracting compressed ".exe" ZIP file. Click the download button below and choose "Save" (not "Run") from the pop-up dialog window (or alternatively, right-click the link and choose "Save Target As..."/"Save Link As..."). Once saved, double-click the "cuePics_1.1.1.exe" file. You may get a Windows Security Warning saying that the publisher could not be verified. If you do, you can safely ignore this and continue by clicking "Run". The default is to decompress into the current folder, but you can decompress to a different folder if desired. After decompressing, read the ReadMe.txt file and then double-click the set-up file "setup.exe". On Vista, if you have User Account Controls turned on, you may get an alert saying that "An unidentified program wants access to your computer". If you do, you can safely ignore this and click "Allow". If you have any problems decompressing the zip-compressed .exe file you can try opening it with WinZip.
Version 1.1.1 for Windows XP/Vista (8MB)

Help File
The cuePics PDF Help file is also available here as a separate download if needed. The help file is included in the above full cuePics download and so you don't need to download both files. To force the file to download, right-click the link and choose "Save Target As..."/"Save Link As...". You will need Adobe Reader (or alternative PDF viewing software) to view the file (see note below).

View / Download cuePics PDF Help (3.2MB)

QuickTime
cuePics requires at least version 6 of QuickTime to be installed to take advantage of all the features of the program. QuickTime is a free download from Apple Computers. You can check if QuickTime is installed, and the version installed, by going to the "Control Panel" and seeing if there is a QuickTime entry (also if you run cuePics without the required version of QuickTime it will warn you on startup). You can download and install the latest version of QuickTime when you install cuePics or you can do it here from the Apple site.

Adobe Reader
cuePics requires a PDF viewer application, such as Adobe reader, to be installed to be able to view the Help PDF file. You can download and install Adobe Reader when you install cuePics or you can do it here from the Adobe site.