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Computer change

I may be changing computers in the near future and I will have to reload Act into it. Using Act 2000 V11.1. Will there be any problems reinstalling this on another machine?

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Re: Computer change

Did you mean ACT! 2009? If the new machine is Windows 8 you might be able to run ACT! 2009 on that but if the new machine includes Office 2013 you will have to upgrade to ACT! 16.

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Re: Computer change

Yes, ACT 2009   What does Office 2013 have to do with it? I am sure the new machine would not include Office 2013. I have Office 2010 currently.  I only wish I could run an earlier version of ACT as I find V11 a bit clunky in its operation. I used to use V5 but it would not load on my 64 bit 64bit  unit

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Re: Computer change

The issue is compatiblity. Even Office 2010 won't work with ACT! 2009, ACT! 2011 is required for compatibility with Office 2010.

Roy Laudenslager
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Re: Computer change

Are you just referring for the email  compatiblity or just in general?

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Re: Computer change

General, Outlook, Word and Excel.

Roy Laudenslager
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Durkin Impact Report Designer
www.techbenders.com
royel@techbenders.com
541-343-8129