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How to Update MS Office All Versions

How to Update MS Office All Versions



How to Update MS Office All Versions - The MS Office user must ensure that Office installed on PC must be up to date in order to be with latest security updates and fixes. In this article we will focus on different – different procedures to update Office all versions such as Office 2016/ Office 2013/ Office 2010/ Office 2007.


Procedure to Update Office 2016



Step 1 – Open Office 2016 app – Example Office word. Then create a new document.


Step 2 – Now Go to File > Account (Office account in case on Outlook 2016)


Step 3 – Go to Product Information > select Update Options > Update Now.


Step 4 – When update is done, a message show in the screen as "You're up to date!" Close the window and check if installation done.


Procedure to Update Office 2013



Step 1 – Same as Office 2016, Create a new word document.


Step 2 – Go to File> Account


Step 3 – Under product information Select Update Options.


Step 4 – Click on "Enable updates" if the option is seen on the screen.


Step 5 – Now choose "Update Now" and wait.


Step 6 - When update is done, a message show in the screen as "You're up to date!" Close the window and check if installation done.


Procedure to Update Office 2010



Step 1 – Create a new office word document.


Step 2 - Go to File > Help > Check for Updates.


Step 3 – Now choose Install update or check for updates. If neither of the option are seen on the wizard, follow the additional steps provided in the pop up window that appeared after you select Check for Updates.


Procedure to Update Office 2017


Step 1- Open Office 2017 application such as Excel 2007 or Work 2007 and create a new document.


Step 2 – Now click the Microsoft Office button Icon > Options (Word Options for MS Word).


Step 3 – Click on Resources from the list of results and then select on "Check on Updates".

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