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I am trying o install a webpart into my new 2010 sharepoint foundation server.

I have done as askeb but can't find the webpart in my site.  There is also a PDF manual that says that you need to activate the webpart in CentalAdmin, but i can't find that....

"After completing the package installation and deployment, Activate the feature in site collection/s where you want this feature to be available:


The readme file with the files is as listed:
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KWizCom add-on installation guide for SharePoint 2010
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Installation of this KWizCom product on SharePoint 2010 server includes the following steps:


A. Install and deploy KWizCom SharePoint Foundation .WSP
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1. Unzip KWizCom_SharePoint_Foundation.zip on your sharePoint 2010 server.
2. Install the KWizCom SharePoint Foundation WSP package using stsadm/powershell command.
3. Deploy the KWizCom SharePoint Foundation in ALL web application using stsadm/powershell
   or central admin interface.
   (including in the central admin web app.)


B. Upgrade KWizCom SharePoint Foundation .WSP
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If you already have a previous version of KWizCom Foundation WSP deployed on your SharePoint farm,
you will need to upgrade it to the latest version.
Upgrading you KWizCom Foundation package includes the following steps:
1. Retract and then remove the existing KWizCom Foundation package from all web applications
   using central admin/stsadm/powershell command.
2. Install and deploye the new KWizCom Foundation package according to the steps described
   in section A above.


C. Install and deploy the product's .WSP package
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1. If you have a previous version of the product deployed, you need 1st to retract and remove the package
   using central admin/stsadm/powershell command.
2. Unzip the KWizCom product zip file on your sharePoint 2010 server.
3. Install the KWizCom product WSP package using stsadm/powershell command.
4. Deploy the KWizCom product in the selected web applications using stsadm/powershell
   or central admin interface.



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KWizCom_SharePoint_CalendarPlus_Web_Part_Professional_Evaluation_v14.1.00.zip is the package
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go to central admininstration click on system settings and then manage farm solutions. Find the solution that you added to the solution store and then click to deploy it. After it is deployed then you should see the feature under manage site features (or site collection features) and click activate.
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