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OS 10.4 - Do i need to reinstall parallels if i upgrade to 10.5?

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I just got a used MacBook Pro mid-2007 model from a friend and it is running tiger 10.4.11. It has Office '08 recently installed, as well as Parallels and windows xp. My question is will i be able to upgrade to Leopard without having to reinstall Parallels and windows? I'm not as concerned with office.
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