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If you are reinstalling Microsoft 365, you have already redeemed a product key, or you are installing Microsoft 365 at work or school and know you have a license, then go to the section sign in to download and install Office.




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Go to office.com/setup and sign in with an existing or new Microsoft account and then enter your product key to redeem it*. Redeeming your key is what adds your Microsoft account to Microsoft 365 and you only have to do this once. If you're renewing a Microsoft 365 subscription with a new product key, use the same Microsoft account you previously associated with your expired version subscription.


Once you verify you have a license, anytime you need to install or reinstall Microsoft 365 you can go straight to the section below, Sign in to download Office and select the tab for steps to install on a PC or Mac. You'll sign in with your work or school account for these versions of Microsoft 365.


To change from a 32-bit version to a 64-bit version or vice versa, you need to uninstall Microsoft 365 first (including any stand-alone Microsoft 365 apps you have such as Project of Visio). Once the uninstall is complete, sign in again to www.office.com and select Other install options, choose the language and version you want (64 or 32-bit), and then select Install. (See Install Visio or Install Project if you need to reinstall those stand-alone apps.)


For an Office for home product, go to office.com/setup and create a new Microsoft account or sign in with an existing one, then follow the remaining steps on that page such as entering your product key (if you have one). Your account is successfully associated with Microsoft 365 when you see the page, My Office Account followed by your Microsoft account email address, and a button to install Microsoft 365. Select the PC or Mac tabs above to help you with the rest of the install process.


If you're trying to sign in with your work or school account to www.office.com and your sign in is blocked, it likely means your Microsoft 365 administrator set up a security policy that's preventing you from signing in to that location.


Not all versions of Microsoft 365 include a key, but if yours did, you need to redeem it before you can install Microsoft 365. Go to office.com/setup and sign in with an existing Microsoft account or create a new one, then enter your product key. Follow the remaining prompts to finish linking your Microsoft account with this version of Microsoft 365.


If you bought a stand-alone version of an Microsoft 365 app, for example Visio or Word, in most cases you install this app in the same way you install the Microsoft 365 suite, by signing in to www.office.com with your Microsoft account, or work or school account and selecting Install for your stand-alone product.


If Microsoft 365 seems to be taking a very long time to install, this may be caused by problems with your internet connection, firewall, or anti-virus software. For possible solutions, see Office is taking long to install.


If you're the Microsoft 365 admin of an Office for business plan, users in your organization can only install Microsoft 365 using the steps in this topic as long as your plan includes the desktop version of Microsoft 365, and you've assigned the user a license and given them permission to install Microsoft 365 (Manage software download settings in Microsoft 365).


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If you have a Microsoft 365 (or Office 365) plan, you can provide your Mac users with instructions on how to download and install Office themselves. To install Office on a Mac, a user has to be an administrator on the device or know an administrator account name and password.


If you use software distribution tools, you have more control over which users get Office and when. For example, you can automatically install Office apps as part of automated device enrollment. To plan your deployment, review the following information.


The easiest way to download Office for Mac, and ensure you're always getting the most current version and build, is to download directly from the Office Content Delivery Network (CDN) on the internet. Here are the links to the installer packages for the Office suite, which contains all the applications.


Office for Mac uses the Apple Installer technology for installation. That means you can use the software distribution tools that you normally use to deploy software to Mac users. Some of the most common tools are Jamf Pro, Microsoft Intune, Munki, and AutoPkg. You can also use Apple Remote Desktop.


Installer package files for individual applications, such as Word or Excel, are available to download from the Office Content Delivery Network (CDN). For links to those files, see Most current packages for Office for Mac.


Teams is included as part of the installer packages for Office for Mac and for Office LTSC for Mac 2021. If you don't want Teams included as part of the installation, you can download this installer package, which doesn't include Teams.


Active students can activate their Microsoft 365 Apps for Enterprise installation with their NetID@usc.edu account. Staff and faculty who use their NetID@usc.edu as their primary computer and network account can also use this account to activate their Office Suite applications. Staff and faculty from USC units that use a different account as their primary computer and network account (e.g., med.usc.edu, law.usc.edu, marshall.usc.edu, etc.) should reference instructions about accessing and activating the Office Suite applications software from their local IT group.


For those accounts that are eligible for the downloadable Office suite with their @usc.edu account, the Microsoft Office Suite Setup installation software is available from the Microsoft Office Portal.


The first time you open the software after installation, you will need to authenticate your subscription. Choose the option to Sign-in to an existing Office 365 subscription (this wording may vary based on the software version you are installing). Use the account that you are instructed to use by your local IT team when asked to sign-in and activate your software.


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