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OS 10.3x - Version number for Microsoft Excel


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I am newbie to OSX. I was wondering How can I find exact version nummber of Microsoft Excel via command line. Thanks a lot.

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I am newbie to OSX. I was wondering How can I find exact version nummber of Microsoft Excel via command line. Thanks a lot.

Abhishek
Command line? I don't know.

But another way is to find the Excel application in your Applications folder, Control-click on it and select Get Info. A box will come up that does tell you the exact version number - or as close as I can tell it's exact. The latest for Mac Office 2004 for Excel is 11.2.5 (060620).

Hope this helps.
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