On Sun, 30 Jun 1996, Khan M. Klatt wrote:> On a similar note, I was speaking to a friend who is fairly familiar with > NT. He states that you can install NT 3.5/4.0 on computer A, a 586, and > also on computer B, a DEC alpha, and also computer C, a PowerPC RS/6000.> > Then you can go to a store and buy Word or Office for NT, and install the > same software on computer A and on computer B and on computer C.  Not familiar enough apparently...Only becuase the Office for NT CD contains a set of binaries for each architecture.  i.e., \word.nt\i386 and word.nt\alpha, etc...____________________________________________________________________                    Mark E. Levitt    Department of Speech Communication, Syracuse University         E-mail:     melevitt@syr.edu         Home Page:  http://web.syr.edu/~melevittPGP fingerprint =  B8 A3 AA A6 0F 83 9A BE  F2 7A 19 F9 15 79 FE A4Public key available from http://web.syr.edu/~melevitt/pgpkey.html____________________________________________________________________