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 How to Use Office 97 With Vista?

Answer Microsoft Office 97 runs optimally on Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98 and Windows NT 3.51. Although Microsoft no longer provides support for Office 97, users of Windows Vista can use compatibility... Read More »
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Can you put Microsoft Office on Vista?

Yes, and many versions of Microsoft Word are compatible with the Microsoft Vista operating system. Compatible versions include Microsoft Office 2003, Microsoft Office XP, 2010 Microsoft Office suit... Read More »
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Can I use Office 2007 32-bit with Vista 64-bit?

Microsoft Office 2007, an office suite that uses 32-bit code, is compatible with 64-bit editions of Windows Vista. Some features, such as Internet Fax and Groove Folder Synchronization, are not ava... Read More »
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How much RAM do you need to run Vista& Office 2007?

Windows Vista requires 1 GB of RAM; 512 MB is the minimum if you install Windows Vista Home Basic. All Microsoft Office components, such as Word and Excel, require 256 MB to function. Only Microsof... Read More »
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Will MS Office 2003 run on MS Vista 64-bit?

Yes, Microsoft Office 2003 will run on a Windows Vista 64-bit operating system. Microsoft Office 2003 Basic and Microsoft Office 2003 Professional are both compatible with Windows Vista 64-bit oper... Read More »
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