>Download it to a floppy, then just run the program. If I remember correctly that was all there was to it, though it is possible you will have to go into the "Add components to windows" part of add change programs and add it again.
I lost Pen Services when I did a clean install of Win98SE. Though I did have the files available, it wasn't obvious to me how to install them again as there is no Setup.exe file. Groch you pointed the way, thanks! A click on the "Have Disk" button under Windows Setup, and a pointer to the A: drive, was all it took to get everything installed, including the cpl and the shortcuts in the Start menu, as well as the appearance of PS as a checkable option in the Win Setup area. I don't think I've ever done this before...
And now that I think of it, I understand you can right-click-"install" the INF file also. Will probably get around to trying this also as I continue to re-orient my CF-01 to Win98.
Funny how some things which are so obvious in retrospect, will stump you at the time.