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PHStat2 Version 3.0 Readme.
PHStat2 is Windows software that assists you in learning the concepts of statistics while using Microsoft Excel. PHStat2 allows you to perform many common types of statistical analyses working with and using the familiar Microsoft Excel interface.
The rest of this document is organized into sections that will assist you in setting up and using PHStat2. Note: In thisdocument, the symbol è means “on the next submenu, select.”
Table of Contents
1 PHStat2 Technical Requirements
2a Configuring Excel 2003 Security for PHStat2
2b Configuring Excel 2007/Excel 2010 Security for PHStat2
3 Setting up PHStat2
4 Using PHStat2
5 Updating PHStat2
6 Troubleshooting PHStat2
7 What's New in PHStat2?
1 PHStat2 Technical Requirements
There are separate requirements for usingPHStat2 and running the PHStat2 setup program. The requirements for running the setup program are more exclusive. If you plan to setup PHStat2, make sure to review all of the requirements that follow.
Requirements for using PHStat2:
Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7.
Microsoft Excel 2003, Excel 2007 or Excel 2010 (32-bit version), with the latest Microsoft-supplied patches and service packsapplied. (Visit office.microsoft.com/officeupdate for latest Excel updates.) PHStat2 is not compatible with the 64-bit version of Excel 2010.
PHStat2 no longer supports Excel versions earlier than Excel 2003. Users of earlier Excel versions will be able to install PHStat2 but will discover that the new procedures discussed in Section 7 will not function properly.
For Excel 2003, Microsoft Officemacro security level set to Medium (see topic 2a in “Configuring Excel 2003 Security for PHStat2” for complete details). For Excel 2007 or Excel 2010, Trust Center Macro Settings set to Disable all macros with notification (see topic 2b “Configuring Excel 2007/2010 Security for PHStat2” for complete details).
Internet access for downloading Microsoft Excel updates and PHStat2 updates (visitwww.pearsonhighered.com/phstat) as they become available.
Requirements for running the PHStat2 setup program:
Approximately 12 MB hard disk free space while running the setup program and 3 MB hard disk space after program setup.
Windows user account with administrator privileges. Student or faculty accounts used to login onto networked computers in academic settings typically do not have this privilege.If you have such an account, ask your network or lab technician for assistance.
2a Configuring Excel 2003 Security for PHStat2
The Microsoft Office macro security level must be set to Medium in order to allow PHStat2 to properly function. Open Microsoft Excel and select Tools è Macro è Security. In the Security Level tab of the Security dialog box that appears, click the Medium option and thenclick OK.
Setting the security level in this dialog box, affects all Microsoft Office programs. When you are finished using PHStat2, you can set the security level to High, for greatest security. (If you set the level to High, remember to reset the level to Medium before you next open and use PHStat2.).
If you cannot see the Macro choice on the Tools menu, it may be hidden from view due to the waythat Microsoft Office is currently displaying menu choices. To double-check this, open Microsoft Excel and select Tools è Customize. In the Customize dialog box, clear (uncheck) the Menus show recently used commands first check box if it is checked and click Close. Clearing this check box will cause every Microsoft Office program to show every choice on every menu. (You can reverse this settingat any time.) Clearing this check box will also be helpful when using PHStat2 as you will be always able to see every choice on the PHStat menu that appears inside Excel.
2b Configuring Excel 2007/Excel 2010 Security for PHStat2
You must change the Trust Center settings to allow PHStat2 to properly function. Follow these steps:
1. In Excel 2007, click the Office Button and then click Excel...