woodysroundup - 5:53 pm on Jan 20, 2011 (gmt 0)
However, "in the old days" applications never needed to be split up amongst several system objects with varying degrees of permissions, they were all self contained. Just move the folder and run it. So I did.
And it worked. Without error, without problems, without even swapping to compatibility mode, the old application just fired right up dandy as hell and works.
I need to run a 16 bit old version of Printmaster Gold on a Windows 7 Home Premium machine. Can you explain what you did to run your old Adobe layout program. I'm puzzled by what you mean when you say "just move the folder and run it." What folder and how do I do that? Thanks.