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If you need to run this software and you have a 64-bit version of Windows, you need to do what it says--see if there is a 64-bit version of the software. Contact the vendor (if IBM is the vendor, go to their site and search for what you need).
I would check with the microsoft.com website for this. I believe many computers can be upgraded to the 64 bit version of Windows 7. The limitation, about 1 year ago, was that many drivers were not available on that platform, and many accessories would not work with the 64 bit version of windows 7. However, today, there are many computers coming out with the 64 bit version of windows 7 and that means that probably you could upgrade to 64 bit and most things would work correctly.
I don't think you need to take it anywhere as the problem is due to Adobe not releasing a 64-bit version of Flash so in the mean time you'll have to use the 32-bit version of Flash with the 32-bit version Internet Explorer that comes pre-loaded with the 64-bit version of Windows 7. Adobe has said that a Flash plugin for 64-bit browsers will be available in the next major version after 10.1 (presumably 11). Hope that makes sense but shout if you need further clarification.
Unfortunately not all games will work with newer versions of Windows even with the compatibility modes. Atari Scrabble is an older game, and Atari stopped providing updates for the game some time ago. At this point your best bet is to find a version of Scrabble that is compatible with Windows 7. Microsoft has a Windows 7 Compatibility page on their site. The website address that is below lists another companies version of Scrabble that will work with Windows 7. Check out your local PC game retailers or the Internet to find and purchase a copy or search to see if there are other versions that will work with Windows 7.