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Are you having a problem with this one computer AND only MS Office? For example, if you try to print something from Wordpad or another non-Microsoft office product, do you have the same problem? If so, I would delete that specific printer from your list of printers, reboot then try adding the printer again. It sounds like something is wrong with the way the printer is defined, not something with Office.
If yours is a PC, Windows Vsita 64 bit should recognize 4 GB RAM. Have you tried the 64 bit bootable linux? Try with that. If you see less than 4GB, then you must check your BIOS for some setting which is the setting to share to the graphics memory or some limit.
Yes and no. Think of 'platform' as a general header when looking at operating architectures (there are different types) and Vista choices.
Vista choices under the 'platform' 32-bit are:
• Windows Vista Home Basic 32-bit • Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit • Windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit • Windows Vista Business 32-bit • Windows Vista Enterprise 32-bit
Another example of the "64-bit platform" and Vista choices are:
• Windows Vista Home Basic 64-bit Edition • Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit Edition • Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit Edition
• Windows Vista Business 64-bit Edition • Windows Vista Enterprise 64-bit Edition