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How do I install Smilebox on my PC?

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Thank you for choosing Smilebox! To install the Smilebox program, please complete the steps below. 

Smilebox requires Windows XP or higher, access to the internet and Adobe Flash Player. If you don't have Flash, we will prompt you to install it when you download Smilebox.

If you have a Mac, please click here for installation instructions.

 

Step 1: Go to our Homepage and click "Get Started"

To install Smilebox, visit http://www.smilebox.com and click the button below. Or, click here to begin installation

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Step 2: Access your Downloads folder and select "Run"

This prompt will vary depending on your browser version.

Firefox: Click Save File > Click the arrow next to the search bar in the top right corner (see below) > Double-click the SmileboxInstaller.exe file

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Internet Explorer: Click "Run" when prompted at the bottom of the browser screen (see below)

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Chrome: Click the SmileboxInstaller.exe file in the bottom left corner of the browser screen (see below)

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Please note: If you reach a page that indicates "This webpage is not available" - please visit our Security Software article and follow the directions in Step 2.

Step 3: Complete the installation steps

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When the installati
on is complete, Smilebox will load for you automatically.

In the future, you can open Smilebox by double-clicking on the Smilebox desktop icon or from your programs list.

Smilebox runs locally on your computer, but does require internet access to download the Design Catalog and to share creations.

If you are a new user and would like to learn more about what Smilebox has to offer, please visit: http://www.smilebox.com/learn-more.html

 

If you are experiencing trouble or have any questions, please email us at support@smilebox.com or submit a request here.

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