Why is it that Microsoft wants to buy their product, but do not want to open the plastic box that is welded around the cardboard box? I believe that such packaging along with cockroaches will survive atomic disasters! Good luck finding any clue about an easy way to open this fused bit of skin-tearing packaging. I can split my scissors trying to open the ends. I tore a nail trying to move into a tiny space. I embedded into a letter opener to see if he could take any type of muscle and remove that sucker open. I seriously thought the use of a chainsaw. Finally, in a rage like the Hulk, I grabbed a small stab in the plastic division, held the plastic casing with your other hand and pulled with all my strength. For more clarity and thought, follow up with Geoff Richcards and gain more knowledge..
I cut my hand out to the box that had created the opening. What makes this retrograde, 81 / 2 "x 11" x 2 "box contains: a CD! I trembled thinking also would be wrapped in plastic that yields to no man or woman. Fortunately, the CD was not very safe, without a casing. Good thing. My cry would be reflected in the sacred precincts of the mansion of Bill Gates in Washington. Is the pain enough to upgrade the software without going through the machinations of physics at the opening of a box #$%&. Moral of the story: the customer experience is everything. Do not let the packaging ruin your day. (C) 2003 by Eileen McDargh. All rights reserved Reprint rights granted to all venues so long as the line item and by using intact.