05-19-2015 07:08 AM
Agreed, however, the actual need for users to run 64 bit office is very rare. Some confuse a 64 bit Operating system and the advantages that that brings with 64 bit programs. ACT and many other applications remain 32 bit because the advantages of making them 64 bit applications does not outweigh the cost.
I believe this feature is on the eventual timeline, but for most users, simply reinstalling Office in 32 bit mode can be done with little or no performance impact.
Thanks for allowing me to elaborate a bit.