Finding the Forest functional level and Domain functional level

Hi
We have exchange 2007 running on Windows 2008 server and planning to migrate to 0365
Also we have 3 Windows 2012 domain controllers and I have been asked to find the forest functional level and domain functional level.
Please post me tutorials as how to find this information.

1)      Forest functional level
2)      Domain functional level

Thanks
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Iamthecreator OMIT Admin/EE Solution GuideCommented:
From the “Administrative Tools” menu, select “Active Directory Domains and Trusts“.
1:Right-click the root domain, then select “Properties“.
2:Under the “General” tab, the “Domain functional level” and “Forest functional level” is displayed on the screen.
You can also use steps 2 and 3 from within the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in to see the same screen.

For   “Active Directory Domains and Trusts“ on the domain controller or a computer running the Administrative tools run the following at the command prompt.
DOMAIN.MSC

For Active Directory Users and Computers,
 Click Start, and then click Run.
    In the Open box, type dsa.msc, and then click OK.
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FOXActive Directory/Exchange EngineerCommented:
Open powershell,
command for forest level-    (Get-ADForest).ForestMode
command for domain level- (Get-ADDomain).DomainMode
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