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    How to tell which service pack is installed?

    Hi All;
    I am running Office 2007, and I am wondering where I can find out what service pack (if any) is installed?
    It is a legit installation with a proper product key etc.

    Thanks,
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    In Word, for example, click on the Pizza button, then choose Help. Then click on 'Additional Version and Copyright Information'.
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    You can locate that product key inside the CD/DVD or on the back. It consist of 25 alphanumeric. Another choice is that you can download magical jelly bean key finder to find out your product key.

    http://www.magicaljellybean.com/keyfinder/

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    Frodho: Neither of those approaches will tell one anything about the current Service Pack #. This has nothing to do with retrieving product keys.
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    Paul Edstein
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    ...or, click the pizza, Options, Resources. Bottom line. Click About to get more details.

    ETA can't find your method, Paul. (?)
    Last edited by tonyl; 2014-07-15 at 10:45.

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    Tony,

    As Paul stated: File->Help
    WordVersion.JPG
    HTH
    May the Forces of good computing be with you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RetiredGeek View Post
    Tony,

    As Paul stated: File->Help
    WordVersion.JPG
    HTH
    RG, that's Office 2010. The OP was talking about 2007.

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    Thanks all.
    I was able to find it in the help/about area.
    Turns out it is all up to date and has been all along.
    When windows is installing updates it is not always clear exactly what is updating, unless you view the updates afterward.
    But how boring is that?

    Anyway, all good!

    rstew

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