Installing LEAP Cloud on a new Windows 10 computer (or re-installing it on an existing computer) does not need to be a difficult process. LEAP does include the steps to install LEAP on their website but they do not include any screenshots on the procedure. Our guide to install LEAP on a computer is below:
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- Go to the LEAP Community website and download the LEAP System Audit tool to your desktop.
- Then open the System Audit file either directly from Chrome or by going to your desktop and double clicking on the file. Accept any User Access Control if it is prompted. Select All from the left meny and check all of the options to ensure that they are all listed as ticks. Any crosses or exclimation marks are issues that need to be resolved before installing LEAP Cloud. If there are any changes required update the settings, reboot the computer and run the system audit again. Review the LEAP System Requirements if your need any more details.
- Make sure you are on the correct page for your location then download the installer to install LEAP. The file can be downloaded to your desktop again. The file is failry large so it may take a couple of minutes to download.
- Once the file has been downloaded close Word, Outlook and Adobe Reader then run the file to start the LEAP install.
- Select Install to install any of the pre-requisite application on the computer.
- Then select install agin to install LEAP Desktop.
- A progress bar will indicate the time remaining. At the end of the installation select Finish to run LEAP.
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- LEAP should now open and allow you to log in.
Problems installing LEAP Cloud? We can help
LEAP can support issues with the LEAP application itself but they cannot assist with the setup and configuration of the software and hardware required to meet the LEAP System Requirements or to pass the LEAP System Audit. A LEAP IT partner such as ServiceScaler can provide assistance around meeting these requirements and we have significant experience with LEAP and the various applications that it integrates with. If your existing IT provider is not a LEAP IT Partner then we recommend that you look at moving to a certified IT Partner that understands the legal industry.
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This article describes how to determine whether the year in a date that is used in a Microsoft Excel document is a leap year.
The date system that is used by Excel is based on the Gregorian calendar, first established in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII. This calendar was designed to correct the errors introduced by the less accurate Julian calendar.
In the Gregorian calendar, a normal year consists of 365 days. Because the actual length of a sidereal year (the time required for the Earth to revolve once about the Sun) is actually 365.2425 days, a 'leap year' of 366 days is used once every four years to eliminate the error caused by three normal (but short) years. Any year that is evenly divisible by 4 is a leap year: for example, 1988, 1992, and 1996 are leap years.
However, there is still a small error that must be accounted for. To eliminate this error, the Gregorian calendar stipulates that a year that is evenly divisible by 100 (for example, 1900) is a leap year only if it is also evenly divisible by 400.
For this reason, the following years are not leap years:
1700, 1800, 1900, 2100, 2200, 2300, 2500, 2600
This is because they are evenly divisible by 100 but not by 400.
The following years are leap years: 1600, 2000, 2400
This is because they are evenly divisible by both 100 and 400.
Because versions of Microsoft Excel earlier than Excel 97 handle only years from 1900 to 2078, only the year 1900 is subject to the 100/400 exclusion rule of leap years in Microsoft Excel. However, in order to be compatible with other programs, Microsoft Excel treats the year 1900 as a leap year.
How to determine whether a year is a leap year
To determine whether a year is a leap year, follow these steps:
- If the year is evenly divisible by 4, go to step 2. Otherwise, go to step 5.
- If the year is evenly divisible by 100, go to step 3. Otherwise, go to step 4.
- If the year is evenly divisible by 400, go to step 4. Otherwise, go to step 5.
- The year is a leap year (it has 366 days).
- The year is not a leap year (it has 365 days).
Formula to determine whether a year is a leap year
Use the following formula to determine whether the year number that is entered into a cell (in this example, cell A1) is a leap year:
|If the value in cell A1 is this||The formula returns|
|1900||NOT a Leap Year|