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    I have an old software accounting package which I am unable to use in Win 7 Pro 64 bit, even in compatibility mode (crashes on printing or print preview). Intuit of course just says upgrade but as it is for a charitable organisation I cannot spend a lot of money.

    Question is might it all work if I go to the trouble of setting up XP Mode (I have Win 7 Pro)?

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Blanchard View Post
    Question is might it all work if I go to the trouble of setting up XP Mode (I have Win 7 Pro)?
    QuickBooks? This thread is promising: QB Premier running in "XPMode" under Windows 7 - QuickBooks Forums.

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    Many thanks. Useful info.

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