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How to use xp design a card on vista home premium

I am a new computer user and dont understand why i cant use xp design a card on windows premium

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Try right clicking the program from the start menu, then click that thing on the bottom of the list, called "Properties".
A box will show up. Click on "Compatability". You should be able to figure it out from there.
1. Click START.
2. Click ALL PROGRAMS.
3. scroll to the thing you are talking about.
4. Right click on it.
5.Go down to the bottom of the list, and click "Properties".
6. A box will show up, click on compatability.
Let your imagination take it from there. Hope it does what you want.

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