I learn best by reading tutorials that I can also print if I need to. I started this when I first began using DAZ Studio again this year. I got tired of looking all over for how-tos even though there are many good ones out there. I, also, use Vue as a main program and wanted to explore the best ways I could export DAZ figures. I used Poser for many years, but found once I knew DAZ Studio I liked it better so I rarely use Poser any more.
Yesterday I decided to switch to DAZ Studio 4.5 but didn’t want to do it on my main computer so I first had to put DAZ Studio 4 on this other computer. I actually found this easy to do. Then, I installed 4.5. How I did this is at the end of my Notes on Using DAZ Figures in Vue Infinite. Here is the URL: http://www.perpetualvisions.com/new-articles/notes-daz-poser-vue/notes-daz-poser-vue.html
I hope this proves useful.