How to determine which Outlook version number I’m using?
Do you know which Outlook version number you are using now? Moreover, do you know how to check the Outlook version number in your Microsoft Outlook? Here I will show you how to quickly determine which Microsoft Outlook version number is with ease.
To check the version number of Microsoft Outlook 2013, you can do as following:
Click the File > Office Account firstly, and then click the About Outlook button, and you will get the version number at the top of popping up About Microsoft Outlook dialog box. See the following screen shots:
Check Outlook version number in Outlook 2010
In Microsoft Outlook 2010, just click the File > Help, and you will see the version number in the About Microsoft Outlook section. See screen shot below:
Check Outlook version number in Outlook 2007
If you are using Microsoft Outlook, only click the Help > About Microsoft Office Outlook, and you will get the version number in the popping up dialog box.
This is pretty close, though of course you should title it "How to determine which Outlook version number I’m using [b]if I'm not using a Mac[/b]?"
But having to know the version you have before you can determine the version you have limits its functionality somewhat, dontchathink?
Better: [b]If you have a Windows PC:[/b] If you have [b]Help [/b]on your menu bar, click[b] Help / About Microsoft Outlook[/b] to obtain the version, 2003 or 2007. Otherwise, click [b]File[/b] on your menu bar. If you see [b]Help[/b], click [b]Help[/b] to see the version (2010 or 2013) Otherwise, if you see [b]Office Account[/b], click [b]Office Account[/b] to see your Subscription Product version. Otherwise, Microsoft has changed it again.
[b]If you have a Mac:[/b] While in Outlook, click on the menubar item ”Outlook” (next to the Apple logo in the top left corner of the screen). A window will appear with the version (2008, 2011 or 15.x)