How to install Office 2010 x64-bit
When you try to install Office 2010 using the installation DVD in a computer running Windows 64-bit only Office 32-bit is installed.
When you are using the installation DVD to install Office 2010 using the default installation interface setup the architecture will be chosen based on the following table:
|Windows Arch.||Office State||Result|
|32-bit Windows||No previous office installed||32-bit Office 2010 is installed.|
|32-bit Windows||Yes, Previous version installed||32-bit Office 2010 is installed as an upgrade by default.|
|32-bit Windows||Yes, Office 2010 programs are installed||32-bit Office 2010 is installed.|
|64-bit Windows||No previous office installed||32-bit Office 2010 is installed.|
|64-bit Windows||Yes, Previous version installed||32-bit Office 2010 is installed as an upgrade by default.|
|64-bit Windows||Yes, Office 2010 programs are installed||Setup uses the same architecture as the previously installed Office 2010 programs.|
Note: 32-bit Office 2010 is selected by default due potential compatibility issues when using the 64-bit version.Note: Office 2010 Click-to-Run can be installed in a 64-bit Windows version but the Office architecture will be only 32-bit. This behavior is by design.
Before install Office 2010 x64-bit you need to check if your computer is running a supported x64-bit Windows version. You can only install Office 2010 x64-bit if you are running an x64-bit Windows version. To check if what are the Windows version and architecture you are running please read the article “Is my PC running the 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows?”
Important: If you have any Microsoft Office 32-bit installed you will need to uninstall before to install Microsoft Office 2010 x64-bit.
Installing Office 2010 x64-bit
Make sure that you are running and supported x64-bit Windows version to install Office 2010 x64-bit. If you are not sure about this, please read the session above.
Note: Office 2010 Click-to-Run can be installed in a 64-bit Windows version but the Office architecture will be only 32-bit. This behavior is by design.
- Insert the Office 2010 installation DVD;
- Click Start, Computer, right click in the DVD-drive where the Office 2010 installation disk was inserted and select “Open”;
- Open the x64 folder in the installation DVD root and then run the Setup.exe.
- Follow the installation instructions.
To get more details about how to choose the x32 or x64-bit Office 2010 version, compare features between architectures, compatibility issues and supported operating systems, please read the following article:
Choose the 32-bit or 64-bit version of Microsoft Office
Id. de artículo: 2383796 - Última revisión: 10/21/2012 12:53:00 - Revisión: 4.0
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