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Download Evaluation Version

The Labor Contractor's Office is the only payroll software designed specifically for farm labor contractors with a free evaluation version available on the Internet.

The evaluation version of The Labor Contractor's Office is a full working copy that you can install on your computer and try out for 30 days.  When you purchase The Labor Contractor's Office, we will provide you with an access code that allows you to enter your company name and removes the 30-day trial period limitation.  You don't have to reinstall the program and you can keep any data that you have already entered.

Be sure to check the Frequently Asked Questions section at the bottom of the page if you have any questions, or just give us a call toll free at (888) 222-DATA.

Download/Installation Instructions

Click here to begin downloading the installation file.
Version:  6.26.0.231 (1/9/2012)
File size:  47Mb

Download Tips

If your browser does not automatically start saving the file, or ask you where you want to save it, you may need to right click on the above link and select the "Save Link As..." option.

The filename is SETUP.EXE.  Remember where you save this file, because you'll need to run it once you have downloaded it.  For example, if you download it to your C: drive, you need to click on Start, select Run..., and type in "C:\SETUP.EXE".

One easy way to do it is to download the file to your Desktop.  When the file is done downloading, you will see an icon appear on the Windows desktop, and you can simply double click on the icon to begin the installation.  When the installation is done, you can right-click on the icon and select "Delete" to remove it.

Different versions of Windows will have different methods of selecting the Desktop.  Usually, when the Save File dialog window comes up, you can click on the "Save in:" drop-down list at the top and select Desktop at the top of the list.  In Windows 2000/XP, you can also click on the Desktop icon on the left hand side, as shown below:

   

Network Installation Instructions

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens if my 30-day trial runs out and I need more time to evaluate the software?

If you install the trial version but don't have a chance to fully evaluate it within the 30 day period, you can uninstall the program through the Windows Add/Remove Programs icon on the Control Panel and then re-install it to start another 30-day trial period.

Is there a manual for the software?

All documentation is currently provided in the on-line help files and the Installation & Tutorial manual.  The Installation & Tutorial manual is provided as a Adobe Acrobat document which you can print out yourself.  After installing the program, go to the Start menu, Programs, Datatech, Manuals and Help, then Installation & Tutorial to open the manual.  If you do not have the Adobe Acrobat Reader software, you will need to download this from Adobe.  You can also view and print the Installation & Tutorial manual before downloading the evaluation software by clicking here.

To access the on-line help files, just press [F1] on any window to view a help file explaining that window.  You can also search for topics in the help index or browse through the help file in the table of contents.

Can I get a copy of the software on CD-ROM instead of downloading it?

If you don't want to take the time to download the evaluation copy or if you are having difficulty downloading it, we'll be more than happy to send you an easy to install copy on CD-ROM.  Just send us email (sales@DatatechAg.com) with your name, address and phone number or call our toll free number, (888) 222-DATA to request the CD-ROM.


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