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Topic # 60323 24-Apr-2010 12:26
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Just checked my Technet and spotted MS Office 2010 Professional Plus is available for download! Woot! Claimed my key and downloaded at speedy 1.2Mbit/sec over TelstraClear Cable. SWEET!




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  Reply # 322568 25-Apr-2010 09:26
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It's awesome! Bear in mind the 64 bit version won't install if you have 32 bit Office 2007 or lower installed.

I'm really liking the new Outlook.




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  Reply # 322584 25-Apr-2010 10:23
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No real use to install 64-bit Office unless you do super-calculating-computing. Beside all add-ins and VBA Macros will need to be 64-bit compatible. 32-bit Office will work fine on 64-bit Windows via WOW64.




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  Reply # 322600 25-Apr-2010 11:23
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chiefie: No real use to install 64-bit Office unless you do super-calculating-computing. Beside all add-ins and VBA Macros will need to be 64-bit compatible. 32-bit Office will work fine on 64-bit Windows via WOW64.


Or if you have a gigantic Outlook data file ;)

On the plus side, you'll be virtually immune to macro viruses!




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