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I have Microsoft Office 2007 running on my Windows 8 32 bits.
I have windows office 2013 can I install this and keep my office 2007 data.I don't want to lose my email that I have stored.
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Updating Office will not destroy your data.
Once Outlook 2013 is installed you can open your old .OST or .PST file from the new Outlook.
The old one is usually at c:\Users\user\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook.
You can always do a search in windows explorer to find *.ost and *.pst.
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Thank you
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