Then, when a different user wants to use the laptop, that person would sign in to O365. Students and Teachers license of Office 2003 can be installed on 3 computers in a household and there is condition of being a Desktop or a portable computer. If so, could you tell me how I can find it??? Does Microsoft keep separate records for each of the computers running windows 10 under the one microsoft account? First install well that computer died. Please help clarify this for me before I go breaking the law! To find it do the following: 1 click on the round Office button at the left top of the window 2 click on the???? If it's more than 10 I'd seriously consider getting a Volume License. What did I buy when I bought Microsoft Office? How do I know this? This is also true for for the free version many folks received several months ago when it first came out. This was almost a year ago and I never saw it. Just trying to figure out the details of the 6 users and the multiple devices and how all that works together.
You may install one copy of the software on one device. If you fail to activate within a certain time it works with a reduced functionality. Basically everything will sync to all devices if not configured otherwise! We are already set up with Exchange Online, and it looks like each user has activated Office via their work email address. Can be installed using same product key? But at double the cost which just isn't feasible for many organizations. As a result I have been forced to call on assorted software in the past to get the activation code. Can I install windows 10 on two or more desktop computers in my house using the one microsoft account? If so, how do I do it? Can I re-load the Office Small Business 2007 upgrade on the new laptop. If anything ever changes in this scenario, you probably will need to buy a license of Office for that laptop.
I expect I will have to call again if I do another install. You may not need all the latest and greatest features, so why pay for them? Again, these are my best recollections and I would like anyone who knows better to add another comment below! In other words, you cannot install Microsoft office on your laptop and on your friends or families desktop. The best way to obtain the license agreement is to view it directly via their copy of the software, if it is loaded. If it's more than 10 I'd seriously consider getting a Volume License. See the pictures below for the physical packaging difference. More important, does anyone have the number to Microsft Activation? I assume this is easy to accomplish… but I have no idea what the product key is, since I bought software online. If it is activated on that machine and you try to install it on another machine, you will have to call the toll free activation number.
Better to remove the old version first, then push out the new. As sudhirreddy said, above, this is flat out wrong. What does it mean and what should I do? If you are installing on two computers that you own even if one or both belong to a family member in the same house it is actually legal. I am getting a second Windows laptop for myself to use at home. It's unfortunate, but this is exactly what happens when support gets outsourced.
My search led me here. This is where Microsoft volume licensing can be useful and expedient. That completely depends on which version of Office you're talking about. Got a tough question about Microsoft Office licensing? I have worked with tons of customers with the same setup. So they want to provide an answer, not tell you they don't know.
Posted: November 1, 2004 in: Shortlink: Tagged: , Info passed along by a friend: One thing to be very careful when moving a copy from one machine to another is to uninstall it on the old machine before you re-install it. On the 3rd activation, it will not activate and says you can call a toll free number to activate. Can I re-install on my new computer? I feel like this will be quite a project because it looks like it has been patched together quite a few times. For example, if the company decides to give that desktop to another employee, then our primary user is no longer the primary user of the desktop and suddenly the laptop is no longer covered. About once a year I have to call them up and phone register my copy.
The software was good for up to 5 computers… I want to copy this software to my Windows 10 machine. He has 07 installed on the customer computer and wants to remove it, the question is, Do we still get to keep that license that was used to legally install it on the business computer. That means you plan to stop using the package on the old machine, and start using it on the new. Using the same account means that everyone will have access to same data in 365, onedrive etc. Still a big jump with the only difference in content is the addition of Publisher in Standard. I'm not disagreeing with you, I just know how customers, at least most of mine, think. This version of the software can be installed on up to three computers designated for noncommercial use in a single household.
You will be redirected to Google's feed burner, where you can fill out a form. Is it because we bought it through Dell themselves? I have been working with Office 365 licensing for 2 years now. Please see the clarification below. This includes Norton for their anti virus software. I could buy another copy, but would rather not if this can happen easily. This wikiHow teaches you how to transfer Microsoft Office from one computer to another. But at double the cost which just isn't feasible for many organizations.
As soon as you tell the phone agent that you have done a reformat, the code will be given to you. Wrote again threatening to escalate the problem. Install Microsoft Office as normal or by downloading from the address given to you by the representative. The intention was to allow desktop users to also use the software on their portable or notebook computer. So if the primary user of the device also uses a laptop, then we can install Office on the laptop as well. Same with Joe or anyone else.