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Is there any difference between presentations created in 32/64bit PowerPoint 2010?

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Is there any difference between presentations created in 32/64bit PowerPoint 2010?
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Hello,

There should be no difference whatsoever.  The only pitfall of 64-bit PowerPoint is any 32-bit plugins or addins will not work with it.  The only other thing is if your PPT file happens to be larger than 2 GB, you might run into problems with it when opening in the 32-bit version.
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A few things that run in 32 bit won't in 64 bit but they are mainly advanced features. API calls, activX objects, COM dlls. Nearly everything that runs in 64 will work in 32 bit. As above, huge multi gb presentations may fail but if they are that big you will already be having problems!

Some graphics may be slower in 64 bit because of lack of MMX support.

Short answer most normal things will be exactly the same.
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