To Try MapPoint

Microsoft MapPoint 2013 gives you the power to visualise business data, communicate insights with instant impact, and integrate maps into the work you do in Microsoft Office. Every map point you display using our software will help you become more effective in expanding your business.

Order the free 14-day evaluation version now and enjoy all of the same great features and mapping tools that come with the full version of MapPoint 2013.


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Download the free 14-day evaluation
Download and install the 14-day evaluation version of MapPoint – and start creating maps today. Note: The download file is large, so use a high-speed Internet connection. See System Requirements below.
Instructions:
  • Please download the three files listed above to a directory on your machine, making sure to put them all in the same location.
  • Once the downloads are complete, run the setup (setup.exe) file and the installation of your MapPoint 2013 free evaluation will begin.
  • Note: The download files are large, so use a high-speed internet connection.

System Requirements
Additional Requirements
To use Microsoft MapPoint 2013, you need:
  • Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 (32 bit) or Windows XP (32 bit).
  • 1 GB RAM for 32-bit OS; 2 GB RAM for 64-bit OS; 256 MB RAM for Windows XP.
  • 3.7 GB available hard-disk space.
  • For installation: DVD drive or high-speed Internet access.
  • Monitor with resolution of 1024 x 768 or higher.
Additional items or services required to use certain features:
  • Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 or Outlook 2010 required to use Send To features.
  • Broadband Internet service (connect time charges may apply).
  • GPS device that supports NMEA 2.0 or later and USB port.
  • Internet Explorer (will not displace your primary browser).
  • Some features will not work with the 64-bit version of Microsoft Office 2010.
  • Voice directions require a SAPI compliant test to speech engine.


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