Office 2010 Reaches RTM!

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  1. Posts : 6,885
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Mint 9
       #110

    HQuest said:
    Should Office 2010 discs be Universal, 32 and 64-bit friendly, or will I need to choose which version to buy?
    That is a good question.

    I know on TechNet they are offering just the ProfessionalPlus x32 and x64.
    I do not know what they will sell in stores.

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  2. Posts : 163
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1 | OSX Lion 10.7 x64
       #111

    Lordbob75 said:
    HQuest said:
    Should Office 2010 discs be Universal, 32 and 64-bit friendly, or will I need to choose which version to buy?
    That is a good question.

    I know on TechNet they are offering just the ProfessionalPlus x32 and x64.
    I do not know what they will sell in stores.

    ~Lordbob
    Guess I just answered myself. From 64-bit editions of Office 2010:

    This section describes the Setup sequence for a 64-bit Office client installation.
    The Office 2010 installation DVD contains both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Office 2010 with two architecture-specific folders: one for 32-bit and one for 64-bit, as noted previously. Each of the architecture folders contains a Setup.exe file for the specific platform. There is also a Setup.exe file at the root folder. This is referred to as the platform chooser. The following figure shows the folder structure.
    I am still fetching install discs from Technet (actually they are already finished but I'm still at work and can't RDP home from here). Can anyone check this before I do by myself?
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  3. 24c
    Posts : 486
    Win7 x64 Ult
       #112

    The Office 2010 files I got from TechNet are .exe files, not dvd, or iso. 1 is 32 bit, the other 64 bit.

    That image refers to an "installation DVD" and I don't think that's what is currently on TechNet.

    I reserve the right to be wrong.
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  4. Posts : 163
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1 | OSX Lion 10.7 x64
       #113

    24c said:
    The Office 2010 files I got from TechNet are .exe files, not dvd, or iso. 1 is 32 bit, the other 64 bit.

    That image refers to an "installation DVD" and I don't think that's what is currently on TechNet.

    I reserve the right to be wrong.
    I'm also downloading individual files for 32 and 64-bit -- still unsure if they were .ISO or .EXE, but coming from the same source, should be .EXE then. However as this picture came from Technet documentation, looks like the retail discs may be dual systems after all -- which is a good move IMHO.
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  5. 24c
    Posts : 486
    Win7 x64 Ult
       #114

    HQuest said:
    24c said:
    The Office 2010 files I got from TechNet are .exe files, not dvd, or iso. 1 is 32 bit, the other 64 bit.

    That image refers to an "installation DVD" and I don't think that's what is currently on TechNet.

    I reserve the right to be wrong.
    I'm also downloading individual files for 32 and 64-bit -- still unsure if they were .ISO or .EXE, but coming from the same source, should be .EXE then. However as this picture came from Technet documentation, looks like the retail discs may be dual systems after all -- which is a good move IMHO.
    I agree - hope the d/l and install go OK for you.
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  6. Posts : 759
    Windows 7 Enterprise x64
       #115

    Is anyone else who has a TechNet subscription having problems validating Office 2010? Here's a screenshot of the page I view after attempting to validate...



    Could this be because TechNet's Office has a volume license? I've downloaded and installed the Active X control successfully, but no dice on validation. It doesn't say it's NOT valid, but it doesn't say it is either.
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  7. Posts : 3,028
    Windows 7 Ultimate (x64) SP1
       #116

    MadMaxData said:
    Is anyone else who has a TechNet subscription having problems validating Office 2010? Here's a screenshot of the page I view after attempting to validate...



    Could this be because TechNet's Office has a volume license? I've downloaded and installed the Active X control successfully, but no dice on validation. It doesn't say it's NOT valid, but it doesn't say it is either.
    I had no problems with validation
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  8. Posts : 759
    Windows 7 Enterprise x64
       #117

    tw33k said:
    I had no problems with validation
    Are you running the TechNet Office 2010 Pro Plus x64 version?
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  9. Posts : 1,663
    Windows 10 Tech Preview 9926 x64
       #118

    Can you give us a screenshot of one of the help windows inside Office 2010? I'm running Pro Plus x64 and had no problems validating it.
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  10. Posts : 22,814
    W 7 64-bit Ultimate
       #119

    MadMaxData said:
    tw33k said:
    I had no problems with validation
    Are you running the TechNet Office 2010 Pro Plus x64 version?

    I am and I entered the key during install and I've had no problems, it self-activated the first time I opened Word.
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