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Will all of the old Lacerte programs (ie. 2010 Lacerte) installed on a computer running on Windows 7 continue to run on the Windows 10 without problems after upgrading?

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It works for me...all the way back to 2009 software.  

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It works for me...all the way back to 2009 software.  

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Same here. i even opened 2005 yesterday.

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Why ?????
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Looking for the year my client acquired real estate in a 1031 exchange.

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Ah....  archived records are good to have :smile::smile:
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Yes. My 2009 files are paper-in storage. I think 2010 or 2011 was when we went "paperless".

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Yes, but Windows 7 should give you security concerns. 


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