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% $Id: firststart.tex 10592 2010-03-19 15:52:43Z alexandra $
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% --------------------------------------------------------
% User documentation
% copyright by BREDEX GmbH 2004
% --------------------------------------------------------
%%\begin{bxdescription}

\index{ITE!Starting}
\index{Start!ITE}

\subsection{Windows Users}
\begin{enumerate}
\item Start the \ite{}  from the start menu:\\
\bxmenu{Start}{\app{}}{\app{}}.

\item You can also start the \ite{} using a command line argument:\\ 
(\bxshell{\app{}.exe}). 
\end{enumerate}

\subsection{Unix Users}
Enter \bxshell{\app{}} into the shell. 

\subsection{Choosing a workspace}
\begin{enumerate}
\item When you start the \ite{}, a dialog appears asking you to choose a workspace. 
\bxtipp{The workspace is where your preferences are saved.}
\item Select the default workspace offered, or locate new one. 
 \item Select \bxcaption{OK}.
 \end{enumerate}


\subsubsection{Deleting the list of used workspaces}
To remove workspaces from the drop-down box in the workspaces dialog:
\begin{enumerate}
\item Go to: \\
\verb+%USERPROFILE%\user\  +
\item In the \app{} folder, there is a file called \bxname{recentWorkspaces.xml} where the list of used workspaces can be deleted. 
\end{enumerate}




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