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Part VII: Appendixes > Read This First

Read This First

One of the most popular communications components of Windows 98 is Microsoft Fax. To use Fax under Windows 98, you must have previously installed Fax under Windows 95. During the Windows 98 setup process, Fax is left intact. You can then use Fax to send and receive fax messages.

This appendix assumes you want to run Microsoft Fax under Windows 98, but you have not installed Windows 98 yet. You need to work through this appendix before running Windows 98 Setup, as shown in Appendix B, "Installing and Updating Windows 98." This appendix also assumes you have Windows 95 running and that Windows Messaging (formerly called Microsoft Exchange in early releases of Windows 95) is installed. If you don't have Windows Messaging installed, refer to your Windows 95 documentation.


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