File Size For Older Versions Of Microsoft Office And Supported OS

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Hello, file size for older versions of Microsoft office and also notify the supported OS for the easy reference as well. Reply ASAP and thank for solving.

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Answered By 20 points N/A #280837

File Size For Older Versions Of Microsoft Office And Supported OS

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Hello, the file size for older versions of Microsoft office will be not more than 440 Mb and can be easily downloaded from the online services and be installed by agreeing the services as well and it’s easy to install as well. Also the old office can be also downloaded and can be used lag free on your respective PC as well. Below shows the supported OS for the same:
• Windows 8
• Windows XP
• Windows 10
• Windows Vista
• Windows 7

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Answered By 564880 points N/A #282314

File Size For Older Versions Of Microsoft Office And Supported OS

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The latest version of the Microsoft Office suite is Microsoft Office 2016. Since you are looking for some earlier versions, Microsoft Office 2007 is one. Office 2007 supports Windows XP Service Pack 2 or higher, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10.

It requires 500 MHz or faster processor, 256 MB RAM, 2 GB free hard drive space, optical drive, 1024 x 768 screen resolution, and Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher 32-bit only. The 2 GB hard drive space requirement is the standard size to install the entire package but the final amount will still depend on which features you will install.

According to Microsoft, Office 2007 and later versions are verified to be compatible with Microsoft Windows 10 and versions earlier than that such as Office 2003 and older are not certified to be compatible with Windows 10 but might work using compatibility mode.

So, if you have Windows 10 and you have Office 2003 for example, you can do an experiment by installing it on your computer and running every Office application under compatibility mode.

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