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Puzzle over Office 2010 version.

Posted on 2011-03-04
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I have two friends who each have Office 2010 Professional Plus but one has version

14.0.5128.5000 , the other  14.0.4763.1000..

What's the difference?
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The version of Office in both cases is 14.0

The rest of it refers to the specific build of the product

14.0.4763.1000 is pretty much the first release version of Office, around April 2010

14.0.5128.5000 is a later build, Oct 2010

The functionality should be the same if updates are applied
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One has more patches/windows updates applied than the other.

14.0.4763.1000 was the first RTM version I believe and sounds like you have NO office updates installed at all on that PC.
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There was a KB update regarding this. You can find all information here.HERE
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