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Old 12-15-2010, 05:27 AM
eddiet eddiet is offline Office 2003 and 2010 on same XP system Mac OS X Office 2003 and 2010 on same XP system Office 2003
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Well, I guess the title says it all. I have this XP running in VMware Fusion on my MacBook Pro. Got Japanese version of Office 2003 on there just fine. My wife just got Japanese Office 2010 Professional Academic version for her HP Windows machine, and I believe it is legal to install this on another computer, so I was thinking of putting it alongside 2003 on my MacBook Pro. I am hesitant to just dump 2003 because it is running so smoothly, and it was a bit tricky since it is Japanese Office and English XP. Thanks in advance!
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