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Hi all,


Just wanted a quick way to find out if there's a way to run Access 2010, on my Xp - 32 bit OS????
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there are multiple versions of Microsoft office 2010 - 32 bit and 64 bit.
Install the 32 bit on your XP box, not the 64 bit?
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I should've been more clear (apologies).  I ultimately want to interface with sharepoint.  I currently have the XP- 32 bit OS loaded but sharepiont only interfaces with Access 2010 (correct??).  I wanted to make sure if i do install office 2010 is wont have any issues migrating the projects to share point.

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Sharepoint also works with A2007, however major enhancements have been made with the A2010 and Sharepoint 2010 paradigm.

There are no specific issues per se, within the context of how the two play together. in general.

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As I stated above, you CAN HAVE access 2010 in a 32 bit workd - and sharepoint probably does not care whether its 32 or 64 bit at the client.
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