Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
A Field Guide to Office 2010 Editions
INSIDE OUT How to check which Office editionis installed on a
Windows PC
If you’re not certain which Office edition is installed on your PC, here’s how to check.
Open Microsoft Word (you can use another Office program if you prefer; the steps are
the same as those listed here). Click File, and then click Help. At the right side of the
window you’ll see a block of information like the one shown here.
In addition to information about your edition and the programs in it, this display also
allows you to see whether your installation has been activated and whether you’re
running a 32-bit or 64-bit copy. Links at the bottom provide access to support resources
and allow you to read the license agreement associated with your edition.
Note
In this topic we do not cover Access, Publisher, and other programs found only in the
Professional and enterprise editions of Office. Stand-alone programs such as Project
and Visio, which are part of the Office family but aren’t included in any packaged
Office edition, are also outside the scope of this topic’s coverage.
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