How to Find Your Microsoft Office Version Details

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Need to know which versions of Microsoft Office you have installed? The quickest way is to use your control panel. Follow the steps below for your version of Windows.

Windows 10

Right-click the Start button and select Apps and Features. Scroll through the list until you see one or more entries for Microsoft Office.

You'll see your edition, such as Office 365 or Standard 2016, as well as your version (or build) number.

Windows 8

Right-click the Start button and select Programs and Features. (If you don't have a Start button, press Windows Key+X, then select Programs and Features.) Scroll through the list until you see one or more entries for Microsoft Office.

You'll see your edition, such as Office 365 or Standard 2013, as well as your version (or build) number.

Windows 7

Go to Start > Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features. Scroll through the list until you see one or more entries for Microsoft Office.

You'll see your edition, such as Home and Business 2010, as well as your version (or build) number.

Windows Vista

Go to Start > Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features. Scroll through the list until you see one or more entries for Microsoft Office.

You'll see your edition, such as Home and Business 2010, as well as your version (or build) number.

Windows XP

Go to Start > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs. Scroll through the list until you see one or more entries for Microsoft Office.

You'll see your edition, such as Professional 2007. Click the link for support information to see your version (or build) number.