About Office: What version of Office am I using? - Office ...
For more information, such as the bit-version, choose About Excel. A dialog box opens, showing the full version number and bit version (32-bit or 64-bit). What version of Outlook do I have? How can I tell if my computer is running a 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows. Open any Office application, such as Word and create a new document.

What version of Office am I using? - support.microsoft.com
If you have a Mac, open Word, go to Word menu, and click About Word. In the dialog box that opens, the version will either appear in the middle (Mac 2016), or on the top left corner (Mac 2011). See this article for more information.

Which versions of Office work with Windows 10? - Office ...
The following versions of Office have been fully tested and are supported on Windows 10. They will still be installed on your computer after the upgrade to Windows 10 is complete. Office 365 (Version 16) Office 2019 (Version 16) Office 2016 (Version 16) Office 2013 (Version 15) Office 2010 (Version 14) Office 2007 (Version 12) is no longer part of mainstream support and hasn't been tested on ...

what versions of Office 365 do I have installed in my PC ...
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Choose between the 64-bit or 32-bit version of Office ...
If you have specific add-ins that you use in the 32-bit version of Office, they might not work in 64-bit Office, and vice versa. If you’re concerned, check your current version of Office before installing the new one. Consider testing the add-in with 64-bit Office, or finding out if a 64-bit version of the add-in is available from the developer.

Install and use different versions of Office on the same ...
If you have a Microsoft 365 subscription or non-subscription version such as Office Home and Business 2019, 2016 or 2013, in most cases you can't run these versions together on the same computer. There is one exception to this: If one of the two products is installed through MSI (which is common for volume licensed products), these two can run side-by-side. See How to use Office 2013 suites ...

How to determine Outlook version information
This article lists the different versions of Microsoft Outlook 2002, Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, Microsoft Office Outlook 2010, and Microsoft Office Outlook 2013 and describes how you can determine the version that you have installed on your computer. Links are provided at the bottom of the article for Microsoft Outlook 97, and Outlook 2000 version information.

What Office 365 business product or license do I have ...
Note: This topic is for Microsoft 365 for business.If you have an Office for home product and you're looking for where to install Office, see Install or reinstall Office on a PC or Mac.To see what Office for home products you have a license for, sign in with your Microsoft account to Services and subscriptions.

What's the difference between Microsoft 365 and Office ...
Office Online is a free version of Office that you can use in a web browser. All you need is to sign up for a Microsoft Account with a new or existing email address. Try the Office Online apps. Not sure what you have now? See What version of Office am I using? Ready to install Office? See Install Office on your PC or Mac. Looking for product details and prices? Compare Microsoft 365 ...

Find the version of Teams you're using
To find out what version of Teams you’re on, click your profile picture at the top of the app, then click About > Version. This shows you a banner at the top of the app that tells you what version you're running and when it was last updated. Want to find out what version you're on? Tap More > Settings > About. Expand your Office skills.

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