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Beams, axles, panels, and axles connectors usually have numbers next to them, to uniquely identifies the piece: for beams and axles, the number is the length (length in number of holes) for panels, it identifies the panel (and the panel mold contains the same number) for axle connectors, it identifies the angle (again, the same number is part of the mold, ...
These numbers indicate the length of the beam or axle shown. For a beam, this number is the number of holes it has. For an axle you have to hold it next to a beam and than count the number of holes.
About 10 mins on Google didn't turn up any place to download the software, but you can always buy a CD from one of the sellers on Bricklink: http://www.bricklink.com/search.asp?itemID=43378 You might be able to get one of them to upload the CD
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