RFFlow RFFlow 5
RFFlow 5
Professional Flowcharting RFFlow 5
Download the 30-Day Free Trial Version of RFFlow
Free Trial Version of RFFlow
During the 30-day trial period, this software is fully functional and identical to the full version of RFFlow.

After the 30-day trial period has expired, the trial version becomes a viewer and you will be able to view and print existing charts, but you will not be able to draw new ones unless you purchase a full version of the software. 

RFF Electronics guarantees that this software contains no adware, spyware, viruses, keyloggers, trojans, malware, or anything malicious.
Download and Install the RFFlow 5 Trial Version Downloading the RFFlow trial version will take a few seconds on a fast internet connection. If you are new to downloading, you may want to print this page.
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  1. Click here to download the file RFFTrial.exe.
  2. Save RFFTrial to a folder on your hard drive. Make a note of where you saved RFFTrial.
  3. After downloading, find RFFTrial and run it or open it. RFFlow setup will run.
  4. In the "WinZip Self-Extractor" dialog box, click Setup.
  5. In the "User Account Control" window, make sure the Verified Publisher is RFF Electronics. Then click the "Yes" button. 
  6. The next screen is more information about the trial. Read it and click the "Continue" button. 
  7. In the "RFFlow Setup" window, click the "Install" button. 
  8. In the "RFFlow Folder" window, use the default and click the "Continue" button. The default is usually C:\Program Files(x86)\RFFlow. 
  9. The RFFlow files will then be copied to your computer. 
  10. If you get a message that says you have to be an administrator to install software, you should right-click on RFFTrial in step 3, click "Run as", and supply the credentials of an administrator.
  11. After the installation is complete, run the RFFlow trial version by clicking the Windows Start button, Programs or All Programs, and RFFlow.

If you need assistance, call us at 970-663-5767 or send an e-mail to help@rff.com.  Once you are running RFFlow, you can delete the file RFFTrial.

RFFlow Help RFFlow has a complete in-program Help facility. Run RFFlow, click Help, and RFFlow Help. The Contents tab lists the major topics. A good place to start would be either Tutorial: Drawing a Flowchart or Tutorial: Drawing an Organization Chart. The Index tab lets you search on keywords to find a topic of interest. There is also a Tutorial at this Web site to help you get started using RFFlow.
Uninstall RFFlow
  1. To uninstall RFFlow, run the Windows Control Panel.
  2. Click on "Programs and Features".
  3. Find RFFlow in the list and double-click it.
  4. The same RFFlow Setup will run as it did when you installed RFFlow.
  5. In the "RFFlow Setup" window, click the "Remove" button.
  6. All the RFFlow program files will be removed from your computer. We do not remove the flowchart files that you created.
Support for RFFlow If you need assistance in downloading the RFFlow trial or have questions about using the software, please call us at 970-663-5767 or send an e-mail message to help@rff.com.
Privacy and Security When you download and run the free trial, RFF Electronics gets no information from you. The RFFlow program does not connect to the internet when it runs. RFFlow has no background processes. For more details see Privacy and Security.
End User License Agreement To read the full RFFlow License Agreement or EULA, click on this link: RFFlow License Agreement.
Physical Address The physical address for RFF Electronics is 1053 Banyan Court, Loveland, Colorado, 80538.
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