Clicking on the Download Now Visit Site button above will open a connection to a third-party site. Microsoft Office is a worthy upgrade for businesses and individual users who need professional-level productivity apps, but it will take some time to get acclimated with the reworked interface. Users looking for bare-bones, dead-simple office software should stick with Google’s and other online offerings or continue using older Office versions they have already mastered. The world has changed plenty since Microsoft introduced Office In that time, Google has become a major player, with its suite of online tools, and even Apple has made inroads with its iWork office suite, though admittedly within a smaller set of computer users. Even with the vast user base of Microsoft Office products, with new competitors in the market, Microsoft Office needed to be good.
Buying Microsoft Office 2010 Professional
Less You can install Office from a disc or by downloading it. Because of potential backward compatibility issues the default installed version is bit. However, if the bit version is a better choice, follow the bit installation procedure in this article. For more information about the bit version, see Choose the bit or bit version of Office. If you want to do a custom install or uninstall where you select only some apps, see the section below Install or remove individual Office programs or components. Install bit default Office Insert the Office disc into the drive. When prompted, enter the product key. Follow the prompts and after Office installs, click Close. In the Activation wizard, click I want to activate the software over the Internet, and then follow the prompts.