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Anyone know how I can display Microsoft Office updates with their installation date, publishing date by microsoft and other details?

I have found WinUpdatesList, but it shows only Windows updates. I have windows 2003 server and WinUpdateList does not show office updates.

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Why do you need "a software" to do this? Maybe there's a built-in command line solution for this too… –  slhck Sep 5 '13 at 13:32
    
Windows Update displays this information. Microsoft has a single website ( I don't have it handy ) which has the ability to list every update for every product they have released to date. –  Ramhound Sep 5 '13 at 13:35
    
@slhck - Isn't this Off-Topic since it is explicitly soliciting a product recommendation? OP - Instead, I would suggest that you edit your question to be "How can I display all Microsoft Office updates? Seeing that with details would be a bonus.". That would get you better answers all around, in my opinion. Otherwise, you are segmenting your scope to be limited to 3rd party stuff (which as it stands looks off-topic per the help pages). –  nerdwaller Sep 5 '13 at 13:45
    
@nerdwaller Don't take the "product recommendation" thing so literally. It was meant for what's the best foo app or what XYZ converters are there?, not for questions that obviously ask for a very specific problem to be solved, even if they mention the word "software". We just don't want an endless set of answers or one-line posts. –  slhck Sep 5 '13 at 13:46
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Nirsoft WinUpdatesList v1.31 does show the installed Office updates. –  Jan Doggen Sep 5 '13 at 13:48

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The right app for windows 2003 server and office 2010 is myuninstaller

and you can get the portable here

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Since you are saying 'with installation date' I am assuming that you want to have the list of updates installed on your machine. You're not saying which Windows version.

The Win 7 Configuration screen/Programs has a link for Installed updates at the top left.

Earlier Win versions have a checkbox 'Include installed updates'.

This list will not have publication date etc. Under Win 7 I notice that you can display additional columns (right-click on a column header). On my Dutch version the one named Helpkoppeling (should be something like Help link in English) shows URLs that lead you to the detail knowledge base pages.

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