FAQ / What version of Office, Operating system, processor you are using?

To find out the version of Office you are using:

  • use the File menu and select Help to see
    • the version of Office e.g. Office 2007 (version 13), Office 2010 (version 14), Office 2013 (version 15)
    • the bit version of office e.g.16 bit, 32 bit or 64 bit
    • the edition e.g. home, professional, professional plus, enterprise
  • in earlier versions you might need to use the Office button (large round button at the top left) or the Help menu and select About Microsoft Office

To find information about the Operating system and hardware:

  • use the Start button (at bottom left) > Control Panel > System and Security > System to see:
    • the version of Windows e.g. 2000, 2002, XP (2003) , Vista (2007), Windows7 (2010), Windows 8 (2013), Windows RT
    • The edition of Windows e.g. Home, Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate
    • the computer brand
    • the Processor and speed e.g. Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 Q 740 @ 1.73Ghz
    • the Amount of Installed Ram e.g. 4.00 GB
    • the bit type of the system e.g. 32 bit, 64 bit
    • whether there is touch input

eMarking Assistant runs on all versions of Office for Windows since Office 2000 except:

  • Office 2013 running on Windows RT tablets running ARM based hardware
  • Office 2010 starter edition (ad-supported)



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