Microsoft Office Configuration Analyzer Tool

Microsoft Office Configuration Analyzer Tool

Free
OffCAT provides a detailed report of your installed Office programs
3.8  (5 votes)
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MS Office is the most popular suite of office applications in the world, and that’s for good reasons. Anyway, no matter how famous and widely appreciated the MS Office tools are, configuration issues can still occur, especially since there are so many Office editions launched on the market meant to be compatible with a wide variety of different operating system versions.

Microsoft Office Configuration Analyzer Tool, also known as OffCAT, is a tiny program meant to help you deal with this kind of issues. It analyzes your installed Office applications for problematic configurations that can cause all kinds of issues. This handy little utility performs its analysis in a really quick manner, showing you the analysis results in just a few seconds or minutes. At the end of the scanning process this application shows a pretty thorough report which includes many parameters about your Office program configuration and lets you easily notice any problems. For every detected problem the app also displays a link to an article that should help you fix that problem. Usually these articles are also linked to Microsoft Knowledge Base updates which ensure a rather simple and straightforward method of repairing the listed issue.

Microsoft Office Configuration Analyzer Tool is not only accurate and effective at helping you detect MS Office configuration issues, but it’s also easy to use. It’s a simple tool that offers an intuitive interface which can be used by anyone.

In conclusion, since it’s also free, I can only recommend anyone wanting to check the status of their Office installations or fix related issues to try this Microsoft software.

Margie Smeer
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Pros

  • Free.
  • Accurate.
  • Easy to use.

Cons

  • None.

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