For a description of the numbering scheme for product code GUIDs in earlier versions of Microsoft Office, click the following article numbers to view the articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base.
Microsoft Office 2003
Note GUIDs are created only when a user installs a Windows Installer (MSI) version of the Office 2016 suite or of an Office 2016 program. GUIDs are not created when a user installs a Click-to-Run version of the Office 2016 suite or of an Office 2016 program.
For more information about Click-to-Run, go to the following Microsoft website:
|B||Release build||0-9, A-F|
|R||Release type||0-9, A-F|
|PPPP||Product ID||0-9, A-F|
|LLLL||Language identifier||0-9, A-F|
|p||0 for x86, 1 for x64||0-1|
|000||Reserved for future use, currently 0||0|
|D||1 for debug, 0 for ship||0-1|
|000000FF1CE||Office Family ID||0-9|
To view the GUIDs for the Office 2016 suites and programs that are installed on a computer, follow these steps:
- Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.
- Locate the following registry subkey: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall
|DisplayName||The product name that appears in the Add or Remove Programs dialog box|
|InstallDate||The date on which the product was installed|
|Product ID||The product ID|
|InstallSource||The installation source|
|RegCompany||The registered company|
|RegOwner||The registered user name|
Release buildThe release build values specify the level of the release, such as a beta build or a release-to-manufacturing (RTM) build. The following table contains more information about the release build values.
|0||Any release before Beta 1|
|3||Release Candidate 0 (RC0)|
|4||Release Candidate 1 (RC1)/OEM Preview release|
|9||RTM. This is the first build that is shipped (the initial release).|
|A||Service Pack 1 (SP1). This value is not used if the product code is not changed after the RTM build.|
|B||Service Pack 2 (SP2). This value is not used if the product code is not changed after the RTM build.|
|C||Service Pack 3 (SP3). This value is not used if the product code is not changed after the RTM build.|
Release typeThe release type specifies the audience for a 2016 Office suite, such as enterprise or retail. The following table contains more information about the 2016 Office suite release types.
Product IDThe product ID is the version of the Office 2016 suite or program, such as Office Professional 2016 or Office Standard 2016. The following table contains more information about the Office 2016 product IDs.
|0011||Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2016|
|0012||Microsoft Office Standard 2016|
|0015||Microsoft Access 2016|
|0016||Microsoft Excel 2016|
|0018||Microsoft PowerPoint 2016|
|0019||Microsoft Publisher 2016|
|001A||Microsoft Outlook 2016|
|001B||Microsoft Word 2016|
|001F||Microsoft Office Proofing Tools Kit Compilation 2016|
|003A||Microsoft Project Standard 2016|
|003B||Microsoft Project Professional 2016|
|0051||Microsoft Visio Professional 2016|
|0053||Microsoft Visio Standard 2016|
|00A1||Microsoft OneNote 2016|
|00BA||Microsoft Office OneDrive for Business 2016|
|110D||Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2016|
|012B||Microsoft Skype for Business 2016|
Language identifierThe language identifier (LCID) varies from language to language. Because the LCID is stored in the GUID in a hexadecimal format, you may have to convert the LCID value to a decimal value to determine the language. For example, a hexadecimal value of 0409 converts to a decimal value of 1033. This value represents English.
For more information about language identifiers in Office 2016 suites and programs, go to the following Microsoft website: