Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium 1yr Subscription [Download]

Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium 1yr Subscription [Download]

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Microsoft Office 2013

Product Description

Experience Office your way up to date, customized, and accessible from the cloud. Office 365 Home Premium All of Microsoft’s applications plus cloud services including Skype and SkyDrive on up to five PCs, Windows 8 tablets, and Macs.1 Office 365 Home Premium has all the Microsoft applications, plus cloud services. Just sign in and you can get to your Office files, applications, and settings when you are not at home. What’s new in this release of Office?The 2013 versions of familiar Office a

Details

  • Product download occurs on Office.com. Details about the download process are listed below.
  • Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher, and Access.
  • Install on up to 5 PCs and Windows 8 tablets, Macs, and select mobile devices.
  • NOTE: Office 365 Home Premium is an annual subscription with 1 year included at initial purchase and requires renewal at term end to maintain full access.
  • NOTE: Windows XP and Vista NOT supported. This product requires Windows 7 or newer operating systems.

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How do you install Microsoft Office 2013?

Hi, I downloaded the trial version of microsoft office 2013 pro plus, but i got a .img file.
What do i do with this file or how do i open it? When i click on the file it says windows doesnt know what program to open this file with. I’m probably making some small stupid mistake, but i can’t figure it out. PLEASE HELP!

Microsoft Office 2013 best answer:

Answer by Jim
Downloading Microsoft Office was your small stupid mistake. Go to http://www.libreoffice.org/ and download that instead.

Microsoft Office 2013 Launch
Microsoft Office 2013
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Microsoft Office 2013 Launch in Hamburg

Microsoft Office 2013 Launch
Microsoft Office 2013
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Microsoft Office 2013 Launch in Hamburg

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  1. 162 of 164 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    To Rent or To Buy…?, February 1, 2013
    By 
    M. M. Strauch (Tennessee, USA) –
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    This review is from: Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium 1yr Subscription [Download] (Software Download)

    For those that don’t know Office 365 is basically a 1 year lease of “Office Professional”, with some bonuses (80 Skype minutes, an additional 20G of sky drive space, and Office on Demand). They want people to go to a leased model – and who can blame them. It provides a steady stream of revenue, and they only have to maintain the “latest” version. If everyone is on the latest product, no one has to maintain security updates and patches for software that was released years ago.

    Also by dangling the “5 license carrot” this product becomes very appealing – especially to those of us that want the additional software such as outlook / publisher / one note. This breaks down to less than $2 per month per computer – Giving “Free” a run for it’s money.

    If you are looking for the ‘core’ office items (Word / Excel / PowerPoint) to use on one or perhaps two PC’s – Simply buy Office Home and Student.

    PRO’s of 365:

    1. Price – If you are comparing 365 to the Office Professional then spending $100 VS $400 (or even $219 for Office Home/Business) is tempting. What really adds to the temptation of 365 is that you can install it on 5 machines as opposed to one machine on the other platforms. So if you need office on your home computer, laptop, and the kids school computer – office 365 may be the route to take; And you would still have 2 licenses left. If you make full use of the 5 licenses you are only paying $1.66 per month per computer.

    2. FULL office suite. Your get all 7 software pieces found in Office Pro – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher, Access.

    3. Virtual Office – If for whatever reason you don’t have your computer with you, you can access ‘office on demand’. This will stream a copy of office to any internet connected machine and you can access your files via sky drive. Nice if you are at someones house / public internet terminal.

    4. No longer cloud only – In the past 365 was a cloud only app – the software had limited features and capabilities compared to the full desktop versions, and if you didn’t have an Internet connection you didn’t have Office. No more though, you run the real software on your machine locally – so if you are on a plane, or without internet you can still use the product.

    5. “Free” Upgrades – With 365 you are leasing the latest version. So as long as you maintain your subscription, in a few years when the next version comes out you will be able to upgrade without having to ‘re-buy’ office.

    Cons:

    1. You are ‘locked in’ – Every year you must renew your lease if you want continued functionality. You will still be able to view your documents and notes, but if you don’t renew you loose the ability to edit them.

    2. Tablet support – 365 works well on Win 8 tablets, but no support yet for Android or Apple.

    3. Price – There is no price guarantee, what is $100 this year may be $149 next year. Although I don’t see Microsoft pulling any “Gotchas!” with this product. They already know there is some pretty stiff free competition by Google and Open Office. I think the $100 price point is here for at least 2 years perhaps 3, then we will see a sales pitch to “renew early and avoid the price increase to 119”.

    ——Bottom line:

    The bottom line is this, Office 365 is a good product that runs quite smooth, 365 is now a solid product. It feels more streamlined than office 2010, and it can really reclaim those people that switched to the free software. At less than $2 per month per computer its a good deal.

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  2. The manufacturer commented on the review belowSee comments
    26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Lousy customer support, March 14, 2013
    By 
    David (Lexington, Macau) –
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    This review is from: Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium 1yr Subscription [Download] (Software Download)

    O’k, I made a mistake and hit the wrong key on my e-mail address when I registered the product. I deserve to pay for that. I have talked to seven different people on the help desk, 5 level 1’s and 2 level 2’s. Keep in mind that each call takes at least 45 minutes and their wait-time music/static is torture. I have been given 4 different problem codes. They have promised to look into it and call me back in 3 days, 3 times – they do not call back on the day they say they will. Twice they have given me times as in – between 12 and 2pm CST. The first time they called back at 2:30pm, the second they didn’t call back at all.

    It has been two weeks since this mess started, and they still cannot give me a copy of the software. But they have “escalated” the problem three times. The e-mail address I gave them is off by one letter, it does not exist as an e-mail address. This should not cause two weeks of fruitless research on their part.

    MicroSoft has become too big to succeed.

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    Apr 1, 2013 3:11:18 PM PDT

    Dear David,

    We are very sorry to hear about your experience with Office 365. We would be happy to provide further assistance – please contact [email protected] at your earliest convenience. We will ensure you are contacted by a Premium Support Professional who will stay with you until your issue has been resolved. Please contact us via this email address by April 30, 2013. Thank you for your feedback.

    -The Office Team

     
  4. 45 of 50 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good So Far, January 30, 2013
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    This review is from: Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium 1yr Subscription [Download] (Software Download)

    I just installed this after buying from Microsoft. I have to tell you that it went in cleanly and when I went to the second computer all my settings are there and the install only takes a short time. I was able to set both up within an hour and using the microsoft account ties in to everything very well. I know some people are hesitant to buy a subscription and a ‘cloud’ version but for me the subscription saves money as I have 4 computers and this will work on all of them for all users that log in depending who grabs the laptop first. Plus this does work just fine in offline mode with the only exception is if you store you documents to skydrive. However I used the skydrive app so it saves a local copy and when on the internet it syncs so I won’t have issues.

    I know people hate change so I don’t expect everyone to like this but for me it works. I also don’t mind Windows 8 after getting used to the navigation. Once again this is called innovation and if you are an early adopter the cost isn’t that great. I paid 40 bucks for Windows 8 Pro and Media center. In my case change has been decent and I will understand some pain but I have worked through it. Just wish the Surface Pro wasn’t so costly!!! Make it more reasonable and I am in for that as well. Yes Apple has its place and so does Android but for me and productivity Windows is the choice. (I do own some apple and android products as well).

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