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Hello:
Your question only indicated that you had Windows XP Pro, but not which Microsoft Office product you have. 'Microsoft Office Publisher is part of the Microsoft Office suite. You can either purchase Publisher by itself, or the entire suite.
You can download a trial and/or buy the suite on this page: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/products/get-microsoft-publisher-FX102159668.aspx

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