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John Rhys

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I have a disc for a proofing software package for Welsh. (Cysgliad) I have it installed on my desk top XP. When I installed it on my laptop,Vista, it appears under the "Add Ins" tab on Microsoft 2007, I understand it should appear under the review tab with the other proofing tools. Is there a way that I can move it over. What are add ins? XP seems a lot easier to use or is it me just getting too old.?
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If you have version 3 of Cysgliad (or earlier), the developer does not claim that it's Vista compatible:

Although that doesn't necessarily mean it won't work on Vista, it is likely to work differently to what you've become used to since Vista and XP are as different as chalk and cheese "under the hood".

If it installs as an "Add-in" that's where it must remain.

On a side-note, I hope your software licences permit you to install Office applications (and Cysgliad) on two computers at the same time?
Otherwise your using them illegally.

Edited by phillip22, 09 November 2008 - 05:15 AM.

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