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What is aim of 2D FRAME ANALYSIS software ?
  The main aim of 2D FRAME ANALYSIS is as follows:
a. To Discover the Beauty of Structural Analysis.
b. Simplify Structural Analysis of Complex Structures .
c. To Understand the Behavior of  Structures Under Various Loading Combinations.
d. To Economize & Optimize the Cost of over all Structure. 
Who can benefit from this software?
  Civil and  Structural Engineers & Students.
Is internet required to run Software given in 2D FRAME ANALYSIS ?
  No. The programs run independently from your local drive. However Keep 2D FRAME ANALYSIS LOCKED CD all the time in the CD ROM drive while carrying out analysis.
Which operating (OS) system is required to run Software.
  Windows 95/98/ME/XP/2000/NT/Vista.
Will 2D FRAME ANALYSIS software will work on Server ?
  No. It works only on PC. The computer should have its operating system (OS) installed in C drive.
Can we Save, Re-open & Edit our files ?
What if their there is any discrepancy or error found in the software.
  The author has been using most of these programs for the past several years. However their could be some bugs or genuine errors in Program. We request the users to bring these to the notice of the author through email or by letter, describing in details the data entered, actual & expected output. Appropriate Action will be taken in case to case basis.
How the software will be delivered ?
  2D FRAME ANALYSIS software will be delivered by Courier Service or by Registered A. D. within 3 to 4 days of receiving the Remittance (Cheque/DD)  within India. Duly acknowledged receipt & Bill will be included in the packing.
Which web browser shall be used for viewing ?
  Internet Explorer 5.0 & later versions shall be used.
Is JavaScript is must to view 2D FRAME ANALYSIS ?
  Yes, the browser should be JavaScript enabled. All analysis are carried out using JavaScript at the user's end. Incase the JavaScript is turned off in your browser, there will not be any display of analysis results.
How do I turn on JavaScript on my browser ?
  If you are using Internet Explorer 5+, click Tools -> Internet Options -> Security. Then select the Internet Web Content Zone, click Custom Level, & scroll down until you find the Active Scripting Category. Finally, ensure that the radio button next to Enable is Checked.