Will Office 2000 run if I install Win XP-Professinal 64-bit

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Will Office 2000 run if I install Win XP-Professinal 64-bit

Postby dm9vdHNhaw » Thu, 01 Apr 2010 09:11:01 GMT

Which of these programs will function with MS Windows XP-Professional 64-bit

1. MS Word 2000

2. MS Excel 2000

3, MS Publisher 2003

Re: Will Office 2000 run if I install Win XP-Professinal 64-bit

Postby Peter Foldes » Thu, 01 Apr 2010 13:42:14 GMT

Multiposted and answered correctly by LVTrave. Check your other posting

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