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How to determine whether you have 32-bit or 64-bit Excel


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Overview

The Jet Professional installation program will generally be able to determine whether you have a 32-bit or 64-bit installation of Microsoft Office. This "bit-level" for Jet Professional must match the bit-level of Microsoft Excel.

If you are using the Jet Professional MSI installer for an older version of Jet Essentials, you will need to know the bit-level of your installation.

This article discusses how to find what edition of Microsoft Excel you are using.

Gathering Information

  1. Excel 2013-2016

    Select the File tab from the Excel ribbon and then select Account > About Excel.

    The version and bit-level of Excel will be displayed in the top line of the window:

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  2. Excel 2010

    Select the File tab from the Excel ribbon and then select Help

    Your version and bit-level of Excel will appear under About Microsoft Excel.

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  3. Excel 2007

    Excel 2007 is 32-bit

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