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Using Office 365 and SharePoint 2010 with Microsoft Office 2010 64-bit

Written by Denis Stadler on . Posted in IT Pro & PowerShell, Office 365

It all started with my wish to use SharePoint Online included in my Office 365 Subscription to manage and organize my self-employed activity. So having in mind the “Eating your own dog food” principle I designed a simple SharePoint Intranet Solution which included:

SharePoint Site Site Template Description
Home Site Team Site Contains some personal resources, useful links and the official calendar.
Finance Blank Site Contains a customer list, invoices and contracts which are related to the coresponding customer.
Templates Blank Site Contains document and presentation templates.
Documents Document Center Contains all my project archive documentation and a drop-off library for content routing.
Wiki Enterprise Wiki Contains my personal KB with articles and links which I consider to be very useful.
Search Enterprise Search Center A search center to help me find information.

When I wanted to implement a custom excel template for my Invoice content type in SharePoint online, I found out the hard way that challenges might appear if I used Microsoft Office 2010 64-bit. Rephrased: it did’t work at all. Then I discovered another interesting thing: it was not possible to switch to Datasheet View in my document library.

Basically the error message was:
– A datasheet component compatibile with Microsoft SharePoint Foundation is not installed.
– You Web browser does not support ActiveX controls.
– A component is not properly configured for 32-bit or 64-bit support.


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