Microsoft Office Configuration Analyzer Tool – a tool that will tell you how to solve problems with Office 2010/2013
Millions of users worldwide trust Microsoft Office. Ease of use, excellent user interface and rich feature set enable it to be the most frequently used office Suite, and both at home and in the workplace.
Sometimes when you use Office 2010, or Office 2013 users encounter various problems, especially after the intervention in settings or installing new add-ons (add-ons). It is logical that such problems can easily be fixed by reverting to the default configuration or removing add-ons.
However, the problem can be repeated after that, so Microsoft offers a free tool Office Configuration Analyzer Tool that allows you to quickly perform office programs for the presence of known configuration problems and helps to eliminate them.
The tool scans Word, Excel, Access, OneDrive for Business, InfoPath, Outlook, PowerPoint, Visio, Publisher and OneNote.
The tool will automatically determine the version of Office installed, and you only need to select the applications you want to perform and click Scan button.
After scanning, the software will list all the problems identified with links to the pages containing any corrections. The tool also checks the status of the antivirus program in the computer.
Microsoft Office Configuration Analyzer Tool supports both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Office 2013, 2010 and 2007. However, you must have an installed NET Framework 4.5.