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How do i download and run parallels on my Apple Mac so that i can work with MS Office Professional 2007. I have a MS Access database that i'm wanting to run on an Apple.
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The Parallels software is a third-party offering.  You have to purchase it.  Install Parallels onto the Mac and you will then be able to install MS Windows for pc onto the same machine and run it simultaneously with the Mac OS.  You can install and run your MS Office 2007 within the Windows session.

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Anneline,

Cost about $80USD.
See here:

http://www.parallels.com/landingpage/dskd10/?gclid=CLa7t-Li65MCFQFIGgodNlTaWA

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