I take it you have the subscription version of office. If this is the case,
they haven’t changed the overarching version number for ages. The best way
to make sure you’re up to date is to check for updates in the outlook app by
pressing alt and f, then shortcut keys d and r, then press spacebar. If
this doesn’t work, you can repair office online, go to programmes and
features, then arrow to the office application the file you’re looking for
is something like this, “Microsoft 365 - end-us,” press spacebar on this,
then tab across to modify and press space bar, then press tab to repair and
space bar on that. In this next dialogue will be quick repair, and online
repair. Quick repair is a quick sweep through the files, online repair is a
total deep dive into the office application, repairing the whole thing.
This will also force an update if the method above from within outlook
doesn’t work. Hth.
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A question about office 365 version number.
My word and outlook apps and so on is 2016, when there are updates, why
don’t my apps get updated to 2019?
Is there a way to get them updated to 2019?