Can I download Office 2013 if I have a product key?

To download Office 2010 or 2013, visit this page on Microsoft.com, and enter the product key. You should then be able to download an installer for Office and put it on any Windows system you like. Note that if your license is for only one computer, you should uninstall it on the original PC.

Can I still use Microsoft Office 2013?

Microsoft announced in 2017 that it would no longer support Office 2013. The end-of-support changes apply to Office 365 Pro Plus, Small Business Premium, Business, Project Pro, and Visio Pro subscriptions. All critical security updates for 2013 products ended April 10, 2018.

Can I reinstall Office 2013 on the same PC?

You can re-install the Office on the same computer without any issues. However in case you make any changes in the hardware, it will be considered as a new computer. Once Office is removed, go this link http://www.office.com/myaccount to reinstall Office on the same PC.

Is there a trial version of Microsoft Office 13?

For details regarding the latest Office features, check out our post about the new features of Microsoft Office 2013. The trial version of Office 13 requires downloading a setup file which then fetches the entire Office suite via the internet.

What are the applications in Microsoft Office 2013?

Office 2013 include applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. They’re available as a one-time purchase for use on a single PC. Microsoft 365 plans include premium versions of these applications plus other services that are enabled over the Internet, including online storage with OneDrive and Skype minutes for home use.

What are the requirements for Microsoft Office 2013?

The basic requirements include the following: Dot Net Framework Version: 3.5, 4.0, or 4.5 Multi-Touch (not compulsory): To benefit from multi-touch features, you will require a touch enabled device. However, you can also use Office 2013 with a conventional keyboard and mouse.

When does the new Microsoft Office come out?

A few weeks back, Microsoft provided users the option to download Microsoft Office 2013 on a trial basis. While the final build of Office 2013 is expected in May 2013, however individual users and businesses can test drive the reinvigorated Version of Microsoft Office to determine its suitability for future use.