Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 With Service Pack 1 VL EN X86
If you experience problems installing Office 2010 SP1, read the following Microsoft knowledge base article:2553092 Description of the Office 2010 update: September 13, 2011NOTE: If you installed Office 2010 SP1 prior to October 17, 2011 on a system with multiple languages installed, in some cases only one language was updated to SP1. On October 17, 2011, a fix to detect multiple languages on the same machine was rolled out. If you already have SP1 installed and go to Microsoft Update, you may see SP1 listed again as ready for download. This will happen if you have multiple languages installed for Office 2010.Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) admins will see Office 2010 SP1 offered in the Windows Admin console ready for approval.There are no file/binary updates with this change, only a detection on the Microsoft Update service to target all languages installed on the machine.
Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 with Service Pack 1 VL EN x86
Method 1: Microsoft Update (recommended) Note In addition to the products in the Office 2010 suite, service pack 2687455 also updates Microsoft Project 2010, Microsoft Visio 2010, and Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010.To download the service pack from Microsoft Update, go to the following Microsoft website:
Microsoft UpdateYou can opt in a computer to the Microsoft Update service, and then register that service with the Automatic updates to receive the SP2 update. Microsoft Update will detect which products that you have installed, and then apply all updates to the products.Method 2: Download the SP2 package from Microsoft Download CenterTo determine whether your version of Office is a 32-bit or 64-bit version, follow these steps:
Improves the overall stability, performance, and compatibility with other versions of Excel. For a more detailed list of specific issues that the service pack fixes, please download a version of the workbook that is available below.
When Office 2010 support ends in a couple of months, I am probably going to update the copy on the Windows 10 side of my machine to Office 2019.I'd like to then use the serial number I have for Office 2010 on another XP machine, but although I have the installation media, it does not include the updates, including the service pack.As Microsoft Update for XP is now dead, what's the best way of doing that and doing all the updates?I really don't want to be doing them all manually one by one from the Microsoft Catalogue!Cheers, Dave.