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Determine Office 2013 Bit Version

Posted on 2016-10-13
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I have a directory that has the Microsoft Office Home and Business 2013 installer in it. I am trying to determine if it's a 32-bit or 64-bit version of it just by looking at the files and not actually installing it.  Here is a picture of the directory...Is there any way to accomplish this?

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officesize.JPGSee where it says "office32.en-us"?  The 6th folder from the top?  That means you have the 32-bit version.

I have a 64-bit version and mine says "office64.en-us".  In addition my "setup.exe" is 203 KB, and my setup.dll is 811 KB.

I've embedded a screen shot of my folder structure.
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Thank you!!!
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You are welcome.  Glad I could help.
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