MS Word 2010 OS requirements

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Good evening guys.

I have here older version of MS Word, the MS Word 2007 and Im planning to install 2010.

Before installing, I need the experts confirmation to this first.

Will the MS Word 2010 run on Windows XP..?

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MS Word 2010 OS requirements

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It is not necessary to upgrade your hardware when upgrading Microsoft Office 2007 to the 2010 release. However, you will be needing to upgrade a supported operating system. If you upgrade from Office 2000, 2003 or Windows XP to the 2010 release, your hardware and OS should meet the minimum requirements.

It is recommended to know your computer specifications before performing Microsoft Office 2010 installation to ensure that it will meet the requirements properly.

 

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MS Word 2010 OS requirements

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Dear Amscott,

The Minimum operating system requirement for Ms word 2010 is:

1)  Windows XP with Service Pack (SP3) &  supports only the 32-bit edition of Office 2010

Besides, just for your knowledge ( you don't required)  the minimum hardware requirements are:

2) Processor : 500 MHz or higher

3) Memory : 256 MB of RAM or higher , 512 MB for Graphics Features

4) Hard Disk : 3 GB available hard disk

5) Display : 1024 x 576

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MS Word 2010 OS requirements

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1. Open the Microsoft Word file that contains the commands that you want to run for your document.
2. Click on the "Tool" menu and then move your mouse over the "Macro" option if you're using Word 2007. Click on the       "Developer" tab for Word 2010.
3. Click on the "Macros" option and then the Macros dialog box will appear on your screen.
4. Click on the macro you want to run from the "Macro name" box so that it is highlighted.
5. Click on the "Run" button and the macro command will run for your document.

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