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    Default Re: Microsoft 365

    You can keep your current version. I use the 2016 version but it's just a matter of preference.

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    One issue I have noticed since upgrading to Office 2019 version, is that I unable to install Office in another partition as I used to do with Office 2010. Tried the Office Customization / Deployment tool, but that hasn't worked either. Huge waste of space for Office 2019 using up my C partition.

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    Default Re: Microsoft 365

    Quote Originally Posted by undiejuice View Post
    One issue I have noticed since upgrading to Office 2019 version, is that I unable to install Office in another partition as I used to do with Office 2010. Tried the Office Customization / Deployment tool, but that hasn't worked either. Huge waste of space for Office 2019 using up my C partition.
    Suggest you install a larger drive then. The Office folder is only a tad over 3GB. If there is that little space on the drive its to small.
    Update / Upgrades = Replace old bugs with new ones.

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