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Will Word & Excel templates run okay on Windows 64-bit machine

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I have a client running MS Office 2007 (32-bit)  on a Terminal Server. They are on a Windows 7 64-bit platform.

I just want to know that the templates that I give them will install okay. They were created in Word 2007 on a Windows Vista 32-bit environment.

The templates are:

1. Word 2007 templates with customised ribbon, created via Custom UI Editor. The templates contain VBA coding.

2. Excel 2007 add-in, which sits in Excel Add-in location. Contains VBA coding and a customised ribbon created via the Custom UI Editor.

I hope this is enough info.
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