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Like the last contributer, I like the old SKW2 which we have recorded as unusable on Windows 7 64 bit - so we use SKW98.
I wonder if 32 bit would work or another version (I have Premium).  


I have found a work-around for SKW2 of sorts.  Not elegent, but it works...

I have an old portable that runs Vista.  I run SKW2 on that, and use the free Logmein to access that computer and SKW2.

There are a few disadvantages of not having it run on the system you are working with, but, on the other hand, I can access it from various devices (portable, ipad, desktop, iphone, etc.).

I've read that you if you have Windows 7 Pro or above, you can download something that will allow running of old programs better than the built in compatabiity feature of Windows 7 Home.  Has anyone had any experience with that?  If so, was it under a 32 or 64 environment?

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