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I have a Parson Tech, Address Boo 7, that I have copied from my old computer to my new one, with Microsoft Vista, I can bring up the differenct address book groups, but cannot print them out. I have never had a problem with this program before and have transferred it several times when I purchased new computer. Is there something I can do to get them to print out. Thank You

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  • per2510 Jul 20, 2008

    I do not have the orignal disc with the program, so I am trying to find a solution.

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Sure; find out what didn't get copied that Parson Tech Address Book 7 uses and copy that over too.  Could be registry entries, could be a print driver....

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