Do I need to install the 32- or 64-bit version of Enviro Data?
Before installing Enviro Data, you need to know what “bit” version of Office you are using. Enviro Data comes in both 32- and 64-bit versions. This must match your version of Office.
Most new computers come with 64-bit processors running 64-bit Windows. However, Microsoft Office is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions, so you need to identify which version of Office you are using in order to download and install the correct version of Enviro Data. You can determine the version of Office you are using from any of the Office programs. In Office 2010 and 2013 click on File and then Help. In Office 2016 and later click on File, Office Account and then About.
You should also ensure that all of your Office programs (Word, Excel, Access, etc.) are of the same version and bits. For example, do not use Office 2013 with Access 2016 or mix 32- and 64-bit versions together.
Note that some features such as the Viewer's internal Map and the secured version of the Viewer are not currently supported in 64-bit Access. Other than the map, this means is that if you have a user you do not want to give edit access, they must be running the 32-bit version of the secured Enviro Data Viewer.