How to set the path variable on Windows ME?

I want to get a friend of mine to start using java the only problem is that we both dont know how to set the path variable in Windows ME. I cant seem to find any instructions on it for ME. So if someone could please tell me how or give me a llnk to directions for Windows ME. Thanks.

Refer to the Installation Instructions for the package that you installed - I believe #5 if the instructions has the information. A link to the instructions is at the page you installed from.

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