Normally I'd second what Packman said, but having just done this job, myself, in about 30 minutes, I think it's worth passing on the info.
I'm assuming no one has used silicone or any other sealant to glue your windshield in place. This will make your fingertips sore for a few days but I got my windshield out no problem... and back in even easier.
From the inside, lift the edge of the gasket that normally rests against the body. While one hand lifts that gasket edge, use your other hand to tuck the gasket back inward so it catches and rests against the lip of the body seam. The seam is on the same plane as the windshield. Working around the perimeter, continue to tuck the edge of the gasket back against the seam most of the way around the windshield. I suggest working from mid-way up the left side of the windshield, along the top, and then mid-way down the right side. At this point, the windshield will be quite easy to remove from the outside, but be sure you have enough of the gasket tucked in on the right & left sides. Adjust as needed so the windshield can be lifted up and away.
Installation is very easy with a piece of thick string - about 3/8" diameter. Look it up on Google or YouTube - it's covered extensively there.
I was pretty nervous my first time, but since then I've been pulling glass myself whenever necessary.