Follow the steps below to check the version of Excel installed on your computer.
- Click "File"-> "Account"-> "Excel version information".
- The version information is written in bold at the top of the window that says "Version information for Microsoft Excel XXXX".
It is a version of Excel that you do not need to be aware of when using Excel normally, but in fact, the functions and settings that can be used differ depending on the version.
You don't have to remember the version of Excel all the time, but it's useful to remember from which screen you can see it.
In this article, I will explain in detail how to check the version of Excel you are using, using the actual screen as well.
You can check it from the command prompt or from the installation file name, but if you want to see the correct version information, check it from the Excel screen.
In this article, I will explain only how to check from the Excel screen.
First, open Excel and click "File" in the upper left.
After clicking "File", you will be taken to the above screen.
Click "Account" on the left side of it.
After clicking "Account", you will move to the above screen.
Click "About Excel" at the bottom right of the screen.
This screen also contains Excel version information, but in most cases this information alone is not enough.
After clicking About, the window that says "About Microsoft Excel XXXX" opens.
The version information is written at the top of it.
I was able to confirm the version as follows.
Microsoft® Excel® 2019 MSO (Version 2203 Build 16.0.15028.20152) 32-bit
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