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Windows 7: can I load two versions of Office on Windows 7?

04 Sep 2011   #11


Thank you, I thought it would be strange if a chip would override Office. My intention is to purchase a new Intel i5 2400 sandybridge with 1TB SATA hard drive and 4gb DDr3 ram and install windows 7 with multiple office versions - do you think it safe for me to purchase. Many thanks

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