Office 2013 and Office 365

Hi EE

I have posed this question before done some research but can''t find an answer. My question
I have a copy of Office 2013 and work from home. The office has a copy of 365. If I compile access as an .accde at home and try to run in the office i get the message "This was compiled in a later version of Office, I then have to recompile on one of the PC's in the office then install.
My version is Microsoft Office 2013 (15.0.456.1504)mso(15.0.4569.1506)
Office version Microsoft Office 2013(15..4505.1003)mso(15.0.4505.1005)
Never had this problem with 2003.2007 or 2010.

Any help if possible appreciated

chestera
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Are you sure the people using Office 365 are using Office 2013?  I have a client with Microsoft 365 and they were (at the time they started) using Office 2010 and if this were the case for you, then the error would be true.
chesteraAuthor Commented:
John Hurst

Hi John
In file/Account about it states Part of Microsoft office 365 Pros 2013. Even with the build number it states office 2013, so it is defiantly Office 2013

Alan
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I am not sure what to suggest other than to make sure both systems are at the same update level. The office system may be behind in updates. There is no other reason I know of.
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chesteraAuthor Commented:
John Hurst

I assume the 365 version is updated on a regular basis. I have had my copy for about two years with service pack 1. My question how come when I run my compiled .accde  on the 365 version I get the message this is compiled on a later version, I would assume  365  would be the latest version. What can I do with my copy I have service pack 1 installed. Thank you for your thoughts but I don't think this is going to be resolved.

Alan
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
On your machine and on the office machine (I assume you are working with just two machines), uninstall Office and install the same copy (whichever you choose) on both machines. See if that might solve your problem.

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chesteraAuthor Commented:
John Hurst

I would have done that but not possible. I am only causal working from home using my copy.
Thank you for your help most appreciated. I think we have gone as far as we can so I will sign off. Hate to think what will happen when thy release Office 2016. I might end up subscribing to 365 because this is going to happen again

Alan
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Thanks for the update. Office 365 subscription uses "click to run" methodology for updates and initial download. Office 2013 non-subscription uses the traditional method for updating. However I would not have thought Access was so different.
chesteraAuthor Commented:
John Hurst

I can't understand why the difference but there is. Once again thank you for your help

Alan
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