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Old 06-25-2022, 12:31 PM   #1
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Default Windows 10 and MS Office

I have Microsoft Office 2010 Home & Student on a NuVision 8" Windows 10 tablet. I bought the tablet from Amazon as a venture into Windows tablets, and I've been blown away by how far it has exceeded my expectations. BUT ... it's 32-bit only.

Microsoft Office 2010 no longer gets any support or security patches. I've found a source for an affordable copy of Office 2021, but I'm not sure if it includes both 64-bit and 32-bit versions. Instructions suggest that I would need to uninstall Office 2010 before installing Office 2021. Because of Microsoft's product key registrations, I don't want to have the 2021 installation abort because it's a 32-bit system, and then find that I can't reinstall Office 2010 because the product key is "already in use."

If I create a system restore point before uninstalling Office 2010, would a system restore bring back the Office 2010 that I uninstalled?
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