I'd like to use the Windows command prompt to get information about whether the installed Office is 32-bit or 64-bit.
You can obtain the name and version of Office software installed with the following command. I didn't know how many bits it was.
wmic product where "Name like'%%Office%%'" get name, version
What commands can I use to get bit information?
The environment is Windows 10 Pro.
Thank you for your cooperation.windows cmd ms-office
In fact, there may be a single command, or it may be shorter, but if you put the following batches together, you will be able to make a decision.
Associate Windows File Extensions
@echo off setlocal .docx for rem association decision Word .xlsx for .docx Excel for /f"tokens=2delims=="%%ain('assoc.docx')[email protected]=%%a for /f"tokens=2delims=="%%ain('ftype%workrel%')do @setworkpath=%%a If it's rem installation decision Word, it's a winword.exe If it's an Excel, it's an excel.exe echo%workpath% | find/i "winword.exe" > NUL if %errorlevel%geq1goto notinst Determine if rem OS is 32-bit if"%ProgramW6432%"=="goto x86 Determine if rem OS is 64-bit and Office is 64-bit echo%workpath% | find/i "%ProgramFiles(x86)%" if %errorlevel%geq1goto x64 —x86 The echo Office is a 32-bit version. exit/b1 —x64 The echo Office is a 64-bit version. exit/b2 —notinst echo Office is not installed. exit/b0
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