Good point! by default the CMAC compiler is not included in the install. You will need to reinstall Multi-Edit and check the box "Macro Compiler, Headers and Help". I also highly recommend checking the box below that, "Macro Source", as that’s a great source of real CMAC code you can browse and use as a reference. (I’ll mention the "Multi-Edit\src" folder in a later lesson.) (I also recommend checking the box below that, "HTML Reference Help", if you plan to edit any HTML code, such as for a web site.)
You do not need to reinstall Multi-Edit from scratch. Just install Multi-Edit on top of itself, uncheck all the boxes, then check the boxes for only the things you want to add (e.g. just check the boxes for "Macro Compiler, Headers and Help" and "Macro Source (Registered Version Only)"