FREE – Microsoft Office 365 for Students

How to download

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  • Select Office365 Settings and click software
  • Office should automatically be selected
  • Select Language – For English, select English (United States)
  • Select Version – 32 or 64 bit
  • Click Install
  • At the prompt, click Run (you can save the file at this point if you wish)
  • Walk through the prompts until Office is installed
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Once downloaded, you can run Office on up to five machines (PC or MAC). You can also run Office Mobile for Android or Office Mobile for iPhone on up to 5 mobile devices.

Office versions available are:

  • Office 365 ProPlus for PC (Office 2013 ProPlus base applications)
  • Office 365 ProPlus for Mac (Office 2011 for Mac base applications)
  • Office Mobile for iPhone
  • Office Mobile for Android

 

Applications available:

For PC (Windows 7 or 8)

  • Word 2013
  • Excel 2013
  • PowerPoint 2013
  • OneNote 2013
  • Access 2013
  • Publisher 2013
  • Outlook 2013
  • Lync 2013
  • InfoPath 2013

 

For Mac

  • Word 2011
  • Excel 2011
  • PowerPoint 2011
  • Outlook 2011

 

For iPhone and Android

  • Word Mobile
  • Excel Mobile
  • PowerPoint Mobile
  • OneNote and Lync Mobile available as separate download.

 

For more information please visit the Microsoft UK Higher Education Blog.

 

Please Note: Office 365 is only free during the duration of your course, so please consider this before removing any previous office versions.

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