How to Check What Version of Excel You Have (1 Minute)

Excel is a powerful tool used by millions of people to manage data and perform calculations.

But so many versions of Excel can make it confusing to know which version you have installed 🤔

But don’t worry. In this article, we’ll show you how to check the version of Excel you have and avoid any compatibility issues.

So, let’s dive in and find out which version of Excel is running on your computer! 🥽

Check your Excel version

Checking which version of Excel you have installed on your desktop is very easy. Follow the steps below to learn how to do it 😃

  1. Open Excel
  2. Click on the “File” tab in the top left corner
Go to File menu - Excel options dialog box opens bit version windows xp
  1. Select “Account” or “Help” from the left-hand menu
Go to Account - windows users either account Excel software choose file different versions
  1. Look for the version number listed under “Product Information” or “About Excel.”
Product info shows the exact version number and excel version name - build number

The version number will typically be in the format of “Microsoft Excel [year].”

In our case, Excel shows Microsoft Office LTSC Professional Plus 2021 Excel version.

If you’re experiencing compatibility issues, try upgrading to the latest version. This will ensure that you have access to all the latest features and that your Excel runs properly 😉

Many new features are added in each version. These can help enhance your productivity and save you time. So why not try it now and see what you’ve been missing out on?

That’s it – Now what?

In this article, we saw how to check the version of Excel running on our desktops.

Knowing which version of Excel is installed on your desktop can help you use Excel to its full potential. And that you can take advantage of all the latest features.

You can easily check which Excel version is running on your computer by following the steps above 💻

So, go ahead and check your version now to avoid any compatibility issues. And make the most out of Excel’s powerful capabilities!

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