Installing Interject

The INTERJECT Excel Add-in has Two Installation Paths

There are 2 options when installing INTERJECT:

    • Installation Option 1: Installing from the Portal Management Website using a ClickOnce installer for Windows™. This option is intended for single users to log into our portal to install INTERJECT. This option is quick, easy, and requires the fewest steps.
    • Installation Option 2: Installing via an Enterprise level MSI installer. This option is for large user bases that have standard configurations. This option is installed with a session controller who distributes the product to all necessary computers. While more technical, user set-up is still simple. 

Option 1: From Portal Management Website

Step 1: Navigate to

Step 2:

  1. With an existing account, login to the portal website with the same credentials used for the INTERJECT Excel Add-in.
  2. If you don't have an account, create one in the portal site by Requesting an Invite . INTERJECT will review your business information and provide a trial experience.

Step 3: Once logged in, visit the download page, and click the Install button to begin.

Step 4: Run the file after downloading. This will look slightly different in every browser (see below).



Internet Explorer:

Microsoft Edge:

Step 5: This file runs a "Clickonce" installer, which will ask for approval.

Any additional files will be downloaded by the installer.


INTERJECT will be "registered" within Excel as an Add-in. It will appear the next time Excel is started.

Step 6 (For new installations):  If this is a new installation, then some preliminary settings are chosen. These can be changed later through the INTERJECT ribbon menu . Standard users will use the INTERJECT Cloud option.  If a company has arranged for unique configurations, a Custom Install Code might be used. Enterprise clients using a central MSI installation might use a Network Folder. 

Step 7:   When Excel opens, a prompt to accept the User License Agreement appears.

We're ready to go! Just look for the INTERJECT tab on the Excel ribbon so you can  use the  "Login" below.


Option 2: Enterprise level MSI installer

This method is for installing INTERJECT using the MSI-based installer package. Since each MSI is tailored to an individual customer, this will be a general overview of the steps for this option. The MSI-based installation also depends on the Interject Session Controller. The Interject Session Controller needs to run with elevated permissions, and it is used to manage the INTERJECT Add-in on multi-user servers.

Step 1: Acquire the zip folder with the INTERJECT install files and extract wherever you would like.

Inside will be 3 files. An executable, an MSI and, a text file. Before starting, take a look at the "readme.txt", which will have the most up-to-date information on the installation.

Step 2: With the INTERJECT MSI option, we have 2 possible methods to install: One uses the Command Line (.cmd). The other uses the Executable (.exe). For both, you need to run the .cmd or .exe in administrator mode. 

Method 1: Command Line

Open the text file and copy the line that will install INTERJECT.  Note: Update the path to the MSI mid-way through the line.

It will look like this in Command Prompt. Press enter to finish the installation. Since we're installing in quiet mode, no other action is needed.

Note:  Make sure to restart Excel after installing.

Method 2:  The other option is using the executable

Step 1: Right click the executable and allow it to open as administrator.

Step 2: Select the program to run as an unknown publisher (certifications in progress). The following window will open. Click next.

Step 3: Read and agree to the End-User License Agreement.

Step 4: Determine where you would like INTERJECT to be installed. 

Click install to finish!

The following window should open once successfully installed.

Note:  Please restart Excel after completing these steps.

If you run into any issues you can email us at .

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