How Do I Check Whether I’m Running A 32-bit or 64-bit Microsoft Office 2010 Version?

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Microsoft’s OneNote is now free to use on all of your devices. I want to try it out, as the time management tools that I have used so far (Wunderlist, Trello, to name but a few), are not really working for me.

But when I went to look for the download links for my Windows machine, I was confronted with a problem: there are two different versions for PC: a 32-bit and a 64-bit version. For better compatibility with their Microsoft Office products, they recommend you use the OneNote software of the same bit version.

So How Do I Find Out Which Software Version I Have?

After a Google search I found the answer:

  1. Open any Office application
  2. Open the File menu, and then select Help.
  3. Find the version information, with in brackets whether it is 32 or 64-bit.

32-bit or 64-bit Microsoft Office version?

Now that was easy!

Thank you Matthew at howtogeek.com for providing me with the answer!

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