Word & Excel 2013 error messages

Hi guys, I have an issue with a PC running Office 2013 Home & Business on opening both word and excel.
Whenever I try to open excel documents, I get an error message saying “Not enough memory to run Microsoft Excel. Please close other applications and try again. This is on a CAD machine opening up 100kb worth of excel files, I don't believe there to be nothing wrong with the amount of RAM available.
Whenever I open up word documents, I get a box popping up saying “Microsoft word 15.0: Sorry, something went wrong and word was unable to start. (24)”
I have completely uninstalled and reinstalled office 2013 a few timesusing the MS fixit, yet this error keeps occurring. I have disabled addons for both programs and disabled the trust centre to no avail, and am now running short as nothing seems to be working.
Can anyone suggest anything else to try?
Thanks
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ProfessorJimJamCommented:
this could be a result of a printer driver or something


you can also look at the following:-
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2779852
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ProfessorJimJamCommented:
can you confirm that the provided solution is okay?
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total123Author Commented:
hi, we ended up installing 64 bit office

thank you for the help.
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total123Author Commented:
issue resolved by installing office 64 bit
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