Microsoft Office 2010 -32 bit or 64 bit version

  Skywalker7 15 Dec 11
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I have purchased a new computer (desk top) with Windows 7 Home Premium, 64 bit.Then I bought Office Home & Student 2010 (32 bit, I think) Do I need to change this to 64 bit? Not sure what to do here? Anybody who can help, thanks.

  Skywalker7 15 Dec 11

  BRYNIT 15 Dec 11
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NO Office 2010 32bit will run on a 64bit OS without problems it will just install into the Program files (x86 folder).

  abbey.james 23 Dec 11

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  lotvic 24 Dec 11

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