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By Colin EspieHow to tell what version of SharePoint you're using

Does the header ribbon contain a “Site Actions” button, rather than “SharePoint” or “Sites”? Yes – you’re using SharePoint 2010 No – if you’ve reached this far and the answer is still no, you could be on SharePoint 2007 (which, unfortunately, we don’t support) or the more likely scenario is that your SharePoint portal’s appearance has … Read More

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By Colin EspieHow to tell what version of SharePoint you're using

Is there a menu bar along the ribbon for switching between apps? Yes – you’re using SharePoint 2013 No – continue to next step » SharePoint slideshow EHS software on SharePoint Pro-Sapien is specifically designed for enterprises requiring powerful reporting capabilities within a tailorable, scalable application. Download our brochure  to learn more. Download now »

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By Colin EspieHow to tell what version of SharePoint you're using

Is there an app launcher at the top left corner of the header ribbon? Yes – you’re using SharePoint 2016 No – continue to next step » SharePoint slideshow EHS software on SharePoint Pro-Sapien is specifically designed for enterprises requiring powerful reporting capabilities within a tailorable, scalable application. Download our brochure  to learn more. Download now »

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By Colin EspieHow to tell what version of SharePoint you're using

Office 365 users will pretty much know instantly that they’re using it. If you see Office 365 written in the site header ribbon – surprise! – your organization either has Office 365 deployed or simply SharePoint Online, which is one component of Office 365. To go one step (or four) further and find out whether … Read More