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What is Office 365?

With a subscription to Office 365, you can get the latest version of Office, extra OneDrive storage, plus Office Mobile apps so you can get things done on just about any device.

Here’s how it works: for a low monthly or yearly cost, you get the latest version of the Office apps to install on your PC or Mac.

Right now that’s Office 2016, but you’ll continue to get new updates, everything from small tweaks to brand new features.

And because it works with all your devices, you can start creating on your PC or Mac, continue editing on your tablet, and then finish up on your phone.

All this is possible because you can save your files to the cloud on OneDrive and get to them from anywhere.

Store any type of file, including images, spreadsheets, presentations, and more.

Office 365 comes with mobile versions of Office for all your devices. These mobile apps come with premium features that you can’t get anywhere else.

Think of Office 365 as your corner of the cloud. It’s the Office you know and love, built for the modern world so you can use it from anywhere.

Sign in to Office 365

Here’s where and how to sign in to Office 365.

  1. Sign in at Office.com to access the full features of Office 365.
  2. Click the Sign in button at the top right corner of the screen.
  3. Type in the email you use with Office 365.
    • Home users: Sign in with the Microsoft account connected to your subscription.

      NOTE: This could be an email you previously created for Xbox Live, Skype, Outlook.com, or another Microsoft service.

    • Work or school users: Sign in with the email address given to you from work or school.
  4. On the Office 365 home page, check email, access files on OneDrive, edit a document, and more.

Get help and support

Need support for Office 365? We’re here to help. Choose the option that works best for you.

Go to support.office.com

  • To find free help, training, and the Office 2016 Quick Start Guides.

    TIP: For help while you’re using an app, like Word or Excel, select Tell me what you want to do at the top of the screen, and type what you’d like to do.

Ask the Microsoft Office community

  • To get answers, post a question, or start a discussion.

Contact us

  • To chat or speak with one of our support experts.

    NOTE: If you’re an Office 365 for Business user, contact your Admin or IT support person – your best resource for questions about Office 365 for your organization.

Get the most out of Office 365 on Android

With Office 365 on your Android phone and tablet, you can take your files on the go and be productive at work, on the road, or at home.

NOTE: The following steps require users to be running Android KitKat (4.4x) or above.

  • Download the Office mobile apps you want from the Google Play store.
  • Sign in with the Microsoft account you use for Office 365.
  • View or edit files stored in OneDrive.
  • Tap Add a place to select another cloud service or tap Browse to add Google Drive.
  • To get started with your documents, tap anywhere to start editing.
  • Touch the Show Ribbon button Show Ribbon button to make edits in a file.
  • Tap the Home button to bring up the familiar Office tabs.
  • In PowerPoint, tap the Notes button Android - Notes PPT Mobile to view, write, and edit presentation notes.
  • In Excel, drag the column headers to move them around a spreadsheet.

Get the most out of Office 365 on iPhone

With Office 365 on your iPhone and iPad, you can take your files on the go and be productive at work, on the road, or at home.

  • Go to the App Store and download the Office mobile apps you want.
  • The first time you open an app, sign in with the account you use to sign into Office 365.
  • To access files stored in another location, like Dropbox or Box, select Add a place, then select the location you’d like to add.
  • In Word, Excel, or PowerPoint, tap where you’d like to place the cursor and make a few edits.
  • For more options, tap the Show Ribbon button Show Ribbon button .
  • Tap the Home button to show the familiar Office tabs: Home, Insert, Layout, Review, View
  • In PowerPoint, tap Notes to view, add, or edit notes.
  • In Excel, tap the Formula Keyboard button Formula Keyboard button to bring up the formula keyboard, to quickly enter numbers and formulas.
  • Tap the Share button Excel Share button for iPhone to invite others to view or edit your work.If you are using a smaller screen and don’t see the Share button, tap the More button More button for Excel to show the share options.

Get the most out of Office 365 on Windows 10 Phones

With Office 365 on your Windows 10 phone, you can take your files on the go and be productive at work, on the road, or at home.

  • Sign in with the account you use for Office 365.
  • View or edit files stored in OneDrive.
  • Tap anywhere in the document to start editing.
  • Tap the Show Ribbon button to make edits in a file.
  • Tap the Home button to bring up the familiar Office tabs.
  • In PowerPoint, tap the Notes button Android - Notes PPT Mobile to view, write, and edit presentation notes.
  • In Excel, drag column headers to move them around a spreadsheet.

How do you download Office?

With Office 365, you can get the latest Office apps on all your devices. Here’s how.

If you bought Office for yourself or your family, just go to Office.com/myaccount and sign in with your email address.

You’ll use this address for everything you do with Office 365, like store files online in OneDrive, or use premium Office features on your phone.

If you’re getting Office from your work or school, just go to portal.Office.com and sign in with your work or school email.

On an iPhone or Android phone, go to your phone’s app store, and search for the Office apps you want to use, like Word.

On a Windows phone, the Office apps come pre-installed so there’s nothing for you to download.

That’s it! With Office on all your devices, you’re ready to get things done, from anywhere.

Install on your PC

To install the latest version of Office on your PC:

  1. Go to office.com/signin, and sign in with your Microsoft account, or your work or school account.If you need help, see Sign in to Office or Where to sign in to Office 365.
  2. At the top right of the page, select Install Office or Install Office 2016.If needed, select Install again.
  3. Select Run.
  4. Select Yes to start downloading.

Install on your Mac

If your work or school is giving you Office 365, go to portal.Office.com to install the latest version of Office for your Mac.

  1. Go to Settings, Office 365 settings.
  2. Choose Software, select the language you want, and click Install.
  3. Click the DMG file to open the Office Installer.
  4. Click Office Installer to start the installation. Click Continue.
  5. Review the Microsoft Software License Agreement and Continue.
  6. Click Agree to the Software License Agreement. Click Install.
  7. Enter your Mac credentials for the software to install. The installation may take several minutes.
  8. Click Close. Click to sign in to an existing Office 365 subscription.
  9. Enter your Office 365 user ID and choose Next. Type in your Office 365 user password and sign in.

Find your Office apps on Windows 10

Now that you have Office installed, here’s how to find your Office apps.

For Office 2016

  1. Click Start.
  2. Select All apps.
  3. Scroll to the Office application name, like Excel.

For Office 2013 or Office 2010

  1. Click Start.
  2. Select All apps.
  3. Scroll to the Microsoft Office 2013 or Microsoft Office 2010 group and click it to expand it

Uninstall Office

If you want to uninstall Office, you can use the Control Panel. But if you want to completely uninstall Office, you should use the Easy Fix tool.

  1. Download the Easy Fix tool.
  2. Open the Easy Fix tool and click Next.
  3. Click Yes. It may take a while to uninstall all of Office, so make sure your PC stays on.
  4. When the tool is done, click Next, and then close the tool.
  5. Restart your PC to completely uninstall Office.

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