I have a comment from an ACT! database specialist who says: "What version of Microsoft Office 2010 did you install? I want to make sure it is not the 64-bit version as it is not compatible with ACT!. 64-bit OS is, 64-bit Office is not."
I don't recall that differentiation between 32 and 64 in Office. Only the O/S.
I assumed that when you install Office, it's a 64 bit install on a 64 bit OS, and it's a 32-bit install on a 32-bit OS.
Can someone explain? What is a *default* put-in-the-dvd install, when you accept all defaults?