You need a HID driver for Vista to flip into "I'm a Tablet PC" mode.
However, you can still access all the goodies like the TIP, Journal, sticky
notes, etc even without this HID driver.
Check with Wacom cause I don't know for sure about that device, but they
have a HID driver that works on Vista to enable this stuff. But if you want
the TIP for now you can right click the task bar -> toolbars -> tabet pc
If you don't see it, be sure you have an edition other than Home Basic and
that you didn't turn it off in the Add/Remove Windows Components control
Josh Einstein (Tablet PC MVP)
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