To install Office 2013 should I first uninstall Office 2010?

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kreiley
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You don’t have to, but you will have both versions running on your machine. Office 2013 will not provide an option to upgrade the existing version, unless there has been an update since I installed it. 

lgeller

Thank you, kindly. LGE
jimlynch
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I think kreiley has the right answer. Probably best to remove the earlier version if you can.

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