The following files are available for download from the Microsoft Download Center.Note If you have a 32-bit version of Office 2013 installed on a 64-bit version of Windows, you should install the Office 2013 SP1 32-bit package.
This will open the Microsoft Office Customization Tool. You will be prompted to select the product that you want to customize (in this case Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 (64-bit)), or to open an existing customization file. Click OK.
This blog entry is correct, as mentioned in the article itself, when it relates to volume licensed Office 2013, or TechNet or Action Pack or anything else where you can download a DVD image. But, if you are buying computers like from Asus or Lenovo that come with the OPK version of Office 2013 pre-installed, and you buy a Product Key Card in the little blue box for something like Home & Business edition, you must use a Microsoft account to install it. It have worked on this for a week, talked to several departments at Microsoft and my distributor, and have determined there is no simple workaround.
I handle IT for a small church. We have volume lic for a number of products including Office 2013. Yesterday i had to do a online repair of Office 2013 to one desktop. Afterwards it asked for a key. I input our vol MAK lic key and it says it is for vol lic and not for that version. Did the online repair change the version Can I load the vol lic version on top and be OKThanks
I have run into the same exact issue. It is a mess to attempt to re-install Office 2013 trying to figure out what selection on the list to choose. Often times I will just activate the product via phone with Microsoft manually.
Microsoft Office 2013 with improved user interface & clean Metro design, succeeded Office 2010 end of life. Microsoft Office 2013 ISO Free Download is a full version of MS Office Suite for Windows 7, 8 & 10.
Office 2013 Pro Plus offers Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and more with offline installer setup. The direct download link includes Standard, Home & Student, and Professional Plus edition with Service Pack 1 updates. Install & register with product key.
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Office 2013 is the first touch-enabled office release from Microsoft to be accompanied by Windows 8. Now save documents on Skydrive for free due to the deep integration of Office 2013 with Microsoft cloud services.
Office 2013 is more cloud-based than previous versions; a domain login, Office 365 account, or Microsoft account can now be used to sync Office application settings (including recent documents) between devices, and users can also save documents directly to their OneDrive account.
We like the new tools for designing presentations in PowerPoint. We like the new presenter tools even more. Whether you create presentations or just sit through them, PowerPoint 2013 should make your life better.
After you successfully download Office 2013 ISO file. Save it on your PC. Follow this tutorial which tells How to install MS Office 2013 from ISO Image. Let us know if you face any issues during Office 2013 Professional Plus ISO Free Download or installation.
Mostly Office 2013 gets the right balance between streamlining and oversimplifying; there are some places where we miss specific power user options, but the sheer usability and ease of use will give the vast majority of uses a much better experience.
It sports a revamped application interface based on Metro. New visualization for scheduled tasks in Outlook. More templates and transition effects in PowerPoint. New splash screen for OneNote. New Abilities and Improvements in Excel. Capability of inserting video and audio online as well as the broadcasting of documents on the Web were implemented, in Word. Service Pack 1 for Office 2013 Professional Plus was released on February 25, 2014. Removed SharePoint Workspace, Clip Organizer, and Office Picture Manager.
I have Office 2013 on two computers now. Is there a way to get another copy for the new Microsoft Surface I just bought for less than the price of a new single PC copy Office 365 is not needed for what I do.
Retail Office 2013 is transferable (after Microsoft bowed to pressure). Unlike previous retail versions of Office, the retail license for Office 2013 and later perpetual licence Office is for just one computer, not two.
Some Volume license users get the right to install older versions of the software purchased. For example, a license for Office 2016 includes the right to install Office 2013, Office 2010, Office 2007 and even earlier versions.
So my company recently purchased about 100 Copies of Office 2013 \"Pro\" and \"Home and Bussiness\". Unfortunatly our company decided to save a few dollars and only purchased the Product Key Card packages and not the VLM or OEM version. So there are no disks. In order to install Office now with this type of packaging you must create a Microsoft account so that it can generate a new Proct key code for office to install !! And you can only register a total of 5 Office products under one account...Seriously! For me I must create 20 different accounts in order to install all of my copies! As if IT Admins didnt have enough to do!
Dash is correct in that MS requires you to buy a particular edition of windows/office for large deployment scenarios. You are only allowed up to 5 installs using retail/OEM media, and apiercy is also right in that a license is tied to a piece of hardware. If you swap hardware in an enterprise environment, you buy a new set of licenses with the new hardware, and the existing license transfers out with the old hardware. We deal with this scenario all the damned time, and had it clarified for us by our VAR we buy licenses from. It's how MS really makes all their money. Luckily we are a non profit, and pay significantly reduced license fees, but it's still how it works nonetheless.
I am not arguing any of that. It is clear that what he purchased was not the best solution for his environment for the reasons you listed and the reasons the OP listed. What I don't understand is why Microsoft \"tempts\" people into doing this by making one version (in this case the WRONG version) cheaper The volume license should be the same price or cheaper than this other version. This *IS* the case with office 2013 professional, where the MOL version is cheaper than the retail box.
Well to finally put an end to this entire mess I was over ruled in the end. Im stuck with what I have. So unfortuanly what I must do is register each key card to a microsoft account then get the installation key so that I can install Office. One good thing though is that Microsoft claims that you can only register 5 Office products to one email address, However im up to 9 on one account. I plan on doing ten on each account but it will make it easier albeit not much easier.
My situation: getting in machines with OEM office product key (just like with older versions), software preinstalled. You can activate directly with the product key, and Office uses your domain info instead of the MS account.
How my case is relevant: Well, as I couldn't authenticate, I went googling for what might be the problem. Many MS forums pointed to corruption on the installs and suggested running an online repair (I would not recommend that to anyone). And the online repair managed to uninstall office on one of the machines before it realized that it could not get to the MS servers to download all the appropriate software. 1e1e36bf2d