My Mac will not allow me to install TreeAge Pro. What do I do?

Mac security settings will sometimes generate a message that a software installer is damaged. In the case of TreeAge Pro, this does not actually mean that the installer is bad. Instead the Mac is not allowing installers from a third party (in this case TreeAge Software) from running on the computer.

To modify the security settings on the Mac, please follow these instructions:

  1. Open System Preferences.
  2. Select the category  Security & Privacy.
  3. Select the tab General.
  4. If necessary, click the Lock icon to unlock this set of preferences.
  5. Under the heading “Allow applications downloaded from” label, choose the radio button “Anywhere”.
  6. Install TreeAge Pro.
  7. If desired, return the System Preferences to their prior setting.

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