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Both the Standard and the Word Add-In versions of Editor install in Windows on 32-bit and 64-bit machines.
However, the Word Add-In does not yet install in the 64-bit version of Word. (We expect to have a 64-bit installer
for Word sometime this spring; check our "what's new" page for availability.)
Microsoft advises customers that 64-bit Office 2007-2013 programs do not support most add-ins developed for 32-bit Office. Many Word macros that you may have used with earlier versions of Word are also not supported.
That is why the 32-bit version of Office 2007-2013 is Microsoft's "default" (recommended) installation on 64-bit computers; almost no one needs 64-bit Office to do word processing or any other Office functions unless they work with massive Excel files. Click here to read Microsoft's discussion of this problem for Word 2007-2010, and here for the discussion for Word 2013.
If you're not sure whether your installed copy of Word is the 64-bit version, click the File tab, then Help. Under "About Microsoft Word" is a Version line giving the bit information. If your Word screen doesn't show "(64-bit)" then your version of Word is 32-bit.
If you are using 64-bit Word, have your Microsoft Office installation disk, and wish to change to 32-bit Word, here is a tip from a customer: uninstall Office, then reinstall it from the disk, choosing the 32-bit option. When 32-bit Word is installed in the 32-bit directory on Windows 64-bit machines, Editor will install in that directory with full Add-In capability. If you work with massive Excel files and need 64-bit Office 2010, then you cannot yet install Editor's Add-In, though you can install and run the Standard Version of Editor in the 32-bit or 64-bit directory, and it will read 64-bit Word files.
Last revised 5 February 2014
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