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Can I install Office:Mac 2008 over the top of 2004?
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It will be unnecessary to install over unless you have an upgrade version. If full version when you pop in the CD, go to Uninstall which removes earlier and/or trial versions, and does a clean install.
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When you install Office 2008, it will offer to remove older versions of Office. You don't have to (and I wouldn't, since Office 2004 supports some formats and features that Office 2008 does not.)
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Actually you can have both, but this gets things complicated (with file formats and so on ...). I use 2008, but Excel form 2004 (because of VB) - but have removed Excel 2008 (otherwise there's a mess) ...
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