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Unable to Install Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer because Office 64-bit Installed

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I have Office 2010 64-bit installed and when i try to install PowerPoint Viewer I receive this error. I need the 64-bit of Office so uninstalling it won't be a solution. Is there any way to install PP Viewer on this Windows 7 machine?

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Sorry. Currently,  PowerPoint viewer 64-bit is not available; therefore,  it cannot be installed along with 64-bit editions of Office.
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Agree. As an alternative and a workaround, you can use QuickView Plus 64-bit. It has a PPT viewer along with many other viewers. It works on Windows 7 and below.

http://www.avantstar.com/metro/home/Products/QuickViewPlusStandardEdition

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Thanks guys.
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@katredrum - Thanks and I was happy to help.

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