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| | Solution!!
I finally fixed my issue. when I installed Office 2010 on my new computer, it automatically installed a version called "Click to Run" I uninstalled Office 2010 and then used the following steps to download to regular 32bit version.
If Office 2010 Click-to-Run does not meet your needs, you can uninstall it.
Then, install Office 2010 by using a method other than Click-to-Run. To do this, follow these steps:
Uninstall the Click-to-Run version of Office 2010 from Control Panel.
Visit the site where you purchased Office 2010, and sign in with the same Live ID that you used when you first purchased Office 2010.
Click the My Account link at the top of the home page to access your Office downloads.
Click the Download button for the suite that you purchased, and then click the Advanced Options link under the Download Now button.
There is a version of Office 2010 listed that is not Click-to-Run and that does not require an available Q: drive.
One easy check to see if you have the same issue I had is to click on the Windows Start Menu and then select Default Programs. If Microsoft Office does not show up...you are probably running "Click to Run" and need to follow the steps above to resolve.