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Office Software Thread, Office 2010 or 2013? in Technical; Originally Posted by free780 32bit in case you have software that has 32bit plugins. even ms themselves recommend using 32 ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by free780 View Post
    32bit in case you have software that has 32bit plugins.



    even ms themselves recommend using 32 bit Office even on a 64bit os because of compatibility, they only recommend 64bit excel if using large spreadsheets ie millions of rows.

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    Thanks everyone. Testing went perfectly and I am now deploying to one of our ICT suites as I type.

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