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I agree with Bill - it’s a shame. Instead, just use LibreOffice. It’s free and open source. Check out www.libreoffice.org
Michael
· March 10, 2019
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Neither option will give you a disc. However, whether you get something physical with your purchase, depends on if you purchase the download or key card version of the software. If you purchase the download version, it will not come with a disc. If you purchase the key card version, you'll receive a physical card in th… see more Neither option will give you a disc. However, whether you get something physical with your purchase, depends on if you purchase the download or key card version of the software. If you purchase the download version, it will not come with a disc. If you purchase the key card version, you'll receive a physical card in the mail with your activation code on it. see less Neither option will give you a disc. However, whether you get something physical with your purchase, depends on if you purchase the download or key card version of the software. If you purchase the download version, it will not come with a disc. If you purchase the key card version, you'll receive a physical card in the mail with your activation code on it.
Microsoft Customer Care
Manufacturer · October 16, 2018
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I just downloaded it from web site and it worked great. Make sure you write down the product key. They will ask you if you want to see it, you will need it if you ever need to reinstall Office.
Maria Shackelford
· November 6, 2018
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you can only move the program to windows 10 with third party software you must purchase.
joseph mead
· August 3, 2019
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https://products.office.com/en-US/compare-all-microsoft-office-products?tab=1
Douglas Harwood
· November 18, 2018
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You get a link to go to Microsoft and create an account and then activate the Office copy there. It can only be active on one machine but you can move the license to another machine.
Bit of a pain. It cannot be used on 3 machines like previous Student Editions were allowed to.

C. D. Peek
· November 14, 2018
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The the 2010 version of home and office is available with a 3-disc package. The newer versions are all download
bikin' at the beach...
· October 30, 2018
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This software is made to run on one machine at a time. If you want to use this software on more than one machine at a time, you'll need to buy two license keys for this software.
Microsoft Customer Care
Manufacturer · October 31, 2018
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If you should run into problems, go to Microsoft's site under help and "contact us". You can chat with an agent and explain the problem. They will most likely ask permission to access your computer after checking for a valid license key. Once connected to your PC (and you can see EVERYTHING that they are doing, so n… see more If you should run into problems, go to Microsoft's site under help and "contact us". You can chat with an agent and explain the problem. They will most likely ask permission to access your computer after checking for a valid license key. Once connected to your PC (and you can see EVERYTHING that they are doing, so no risk of "hacking" or getting sensitive information), the agent will clear up any licensing problem, download the software and install it for you. I have had to do this once when I retired an older license and installed on a new machine. The support for Microsoft (IMHO) is outstanding. see less If you should run into problems, go to Microsoft's site under help and "contact us". You can chat with an agent and explain the problem. They will most likely ask permission to access your computer after checking for a valid license key. Once connected to your PC (and you can see EVERYTHING that they are doing, so no risk of "hacking" or getting sensitive information), the agent will clear up any licensing problem, download the software and install it for you. I have had to do this once when I retired an older license and installed on a new machine. The support for Microsoft (IMHO) is outstanding.
Jeffrey S
· September 6, 2019
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It's best to use your existing Microsoft account so that you don’t forget which account you use with Office. You might already have a Microsoft account if you use other Microsoft products or services (e.g. Xbox, OneDrive, Outlook.com, MSN or Bing. If you forgot your username or password, recover those details by return… see more It's best to use your existing Microsoft account so that you don’t forget which account you use with Office. You might already have a Microsoft account if you use other Microsoft products or services (e.g. Xbox, OneDrive, Outlook.com, MSN or Bing. If you forgot your username or password, recover those details by returning to sign in and clicking on ”Can't access your account?”. see less It's best to use your existing Microsoft account so that you don’t forget which account you use with Office. You might already have a Microsoft account if you use other Microsoft products or services (e.g. Xbox, OneDrive, Outlook.com, MSN or Bing. If you forgot your username or password, recover those details by returning to sign in and clicking on ”Can't access your account?”.
Microsoft Customer Care
Manufacturer · October 4, 2018