Any idea when Office 2013 will be available for download / upgrade?
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it's in the Ms store already -- although IMO I'd stick to Office 2010 if I were you.
Anyway YMMV so here's the link (UK store) .
Microsoft Store United Kingdom Online Store - Office Suites
What you'd do to get the upgrade price I don't know but Office 2013 IS available for download. Try phoning / emailing -- actually a better option these days is to use a FAX believe it or not for this type of question. Emails tend to get lost as people have 100'000's to deal with, phone calls are diabolical --endless menu systems, loads of waiting and people on the other side of the planet who are incredibly difficult to understand.
The lowly fax machine when it chatters into life usually gets INSTANT attention these days . !!
well i just installed office 2010 and during install you get the option to click for the free Office 2013 download.
Office 2013 is far more interesting dan 2007 or 2010.
You've just installed or just boght and installed?
As you can see, are 2 different things.
We are wanting to up-grade our current Office suite Office 2003 to either Office 2010 or Office 2013. Our PC's are running Windows 7
I would just like to know what peoples opinions and advice is on this?
I can't speak to Office 2013, but I've done numerous upgrades to Office through 2010. When you install the new version, you have the option to keep the old version or just replace it. Starting with Office 2007 the familiar menu bar has been replaced with the ribbons which take a lot of getting used to for folks used to older versions. There's a little program called UbitMenu that will add most of the menu bar functions back in the 2007 and 2010 versions that a lot of folks find helpful. If you do opt to have two different versions installed at the same time, what happens is that when you switch from one to the other, it goes through a juggling act that takes a minute or so. It's a bit of a pain, but if you need it, it could be a convenience.
I have a qualifying copy of Office 2010 Home and Small Business.
Recently I just claimed the offer. But how about the old copy? Will it be invalidated instantly if I install the 2013 version? I'm not sure if I will like my 2013, so would like the ability to go back to 2010 if possible.
I'd be a bit wary of Office 2013. I read that Microsoft has changed the licencing so that Office 2013 is licensed for a single PC only and that the license may never be transferred. Which means if you upgrade or buy a new computer, you need to buy Office again!
Here you go:
Microsoft: Office 2013 license is for just one PC, FOREVER ? The Register
Hi, hope someone can help me..
We have installed Office 2013 (64bit) on 13workstations, but found out that clients require Office 2010 (32bit) for some programs that are linked.
We removed the Office 2013 (64bit) and installed Office 2010 (32bit).
Everything looks okay up until we try to do Office 2010 repair process.
We are getting the attached error screen..
I tried Wiindows Installer Cleanup utility but i couldnt find any traces of Office 2013.
Hi majorbaluga, welcome to Windows Seven Forums.
Removing Office completely can be difficult. Refer to the website below. This explains how to remove Office 2013. You may have to remove office 2010 as well & then reinstall office 2010.
upgraded to 2013
I told it to remove 2010 and install 2013
durning the install my nvidia drivers kept stopped responding. this problem stopped after office 2013 was installed and updated.
and later I found out my vmware installation was messed up and missing files. was working before.
what the heck happpend, I dont know..........office 2010 decided to take revenge? if it was going out . it was taking everyone out with it. lol
Are you running Windows in your VMWare installation or is your WMWare installation on your Windows machine?
It sounds like (drivers aside) there were some shared filed that may have been wiped that VMWare was using that belonged to Office 2010.
I just installed a copy of Office 2013 on a Pc (actually Win7) that already had Office 2010 on it. I was having problems getting an Exchange logon working and for some reason, upgrading to 2013 fixed the problem. I am working with 32-bit in both cases.
The copy of Office 2013 is working great. It noted there was a copy of 2010 there and copied all the information from the 2010, essentially doing an upgrade.
Now I'd like to remove the copy of 2010 and I'm wondering if that will destroy 2013 as well, somehow. The only strange thing I noted is I initially went into Mail-32 in the control panel to add the exchange logon and it added it to Outlook 2010 (sure, now it works on 2010...grrrh!), so I had to go into Outlook 2010 and remove the exchange account and then add the exchange account inside of Outlook 2013, which worked just fine.
So, I'm thinking if I uninstall Office 2010, then mail-32 will auto point to the 2013 version of Outlook. And I'd just like to get the 2010 version off anyway. But not if it's going to be a problem for Office 2013.
I've looked around the Internet and didn't find anything pointing directly at this situation. If leaving 2010 out there is the simplest solution, I'm OK with that. Thanks ahead of time.
I have been in the situation where I bought a new pc that had a trial version of MS Office 2010 already installed. I installed a full version of MS Office 2007 and uninstalled the MS 2010 trial version later with no problems.
This was a case where I had MS Office 2007 installed on my work computer and my company had a site license that allowed you to also install a copy at home. That's why I choose the 2007 version over the 2010 version.
On my husbands computer we are running Office pro 2010 on Windows 7.I would like to upgrade it to Office pro 2013. But in Outlook 2010 he has like 40 folders with subfolders full of emails. When i upgrade will Outlook 2013 grab all the settings, folders, emails and put them in correctly? I know office 2013 does not go onto of office 2010 because i did it on my own computer but i do not use outlook on mine, i use WLM so i do not remember what it did for outlook because i do not remember if i put an account in there after i installed it or not. I did mine months ago, call it a senior moment.
Does anyone here using Office 2013, did it as an upgrade and found all their settings, folders, emails, calendar and everything else get transferred into outlook 2013 correctly?
I do have a .pst backup just in case but sometimes when putting this back it messes up everything and i do not want to spend hours fixing it nor a divorce (lol) over this.
Oh also, i remember i got in program and features Office 2010 and office 2013, once i knew all was well i uninstalled office 2010, but then again i do not use outlook but for only one exchange account, and everything went fine with uninstalling office 2010, i am hoping from the answer you give me above, this would be the case here to?Read other 6 answers
i bought office H&S 2007 in feb, installed & activated it about the 20th of feb and now MS has a free upgrade to those who activated from 5th march onwards
not too happy
i wonder if i could pleed with MS for a free upgrade
Bad luck mate.Read other 4 answers
I have uninstalled office 2010 few days ago and did a clean installation of office 2013.
But windows update is showing updates for both office 2010 and office 2013.
I have uninstalled office 2010 using Revo uninstaller so there are no traces
Am I missing something.
Why on earth do people insist on using these 3rd party uninstaller apps for BOG STANDARD Microsoft applications --Ms OFFICE is one of the most used pieces of software on earth so installing / uninstalling it should be a breeze via STANDARD uninstall method.
Had you simply uninstalled via control panel then the entire problem would not exist.
Your 3rd party uninstaller obviously hasn't done its job properly as there is still some indication on your machine that Microsoft Update thinks you still have Office 2010 installed.
IMO 3rd party apps are better left for NON OS type applications - things like installing / uninstalling / updating software should be left to the OS itself. Very few 3rd party apps IMO should be allowed to interfere with the internal functions of the OS itself -- even AV software - but that's another issue.
My solution here would be to either restore your syste to a time before you installed the "Uninstaller" app or re-install a clean copy of windows, re-install the version of office you want and apply the updates.
Note -- when Ms updates programs it might make all sorts of registry changes "on the fly" and it's impossible for a 3rd party uninstaller to be able to handle or even find all these changes.
Hello: I brought my MS Office to my new computer a few months ago. That version was/is 2010 on a windows XP. I now have the 2013 version of MicroSoft Office it is however the 64 bit version on a machine running windows 7 Home Premium.
I am concerned about losing my data over the transition.
I received the message that it is not possible to instal the 64 bit version until the 32 bit version is removed.
I would be very grateful if someone would provide guidance on the correct order and steps to accomplish this change over. The Data is backed up. I would not like to lose the Data in the various programs.
Thank You bats
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I'm debating whether or not I should upgrade my Office 2010 to Office 2013? What's really the big difference between the two? Is it worth the upgrade?
Hi ShuwanShawn, welcome to Windows Seven Forums.
Have a look at these websites to give you an idea of the difference between Office 2010 & Office 2013.
What's the difference between Office 2013 and Office 2010?
A charity is considering upgrading its workstations to Office 2013 from Office 2007.
They have lots of files in the .docx, .xlsx, .xlsm, and .xltm formats that they would need to access on a daily basis.
- Would the upgrade cause compatability problems with working with files created under these above formats?
To my knowledge, they should not have any issues.Read other 4 answers
Starting today (3/5/10), consumers who purchase and activate Office 2007 will be able to download Office 2010 at no additional cost when it becomes available in June 2010.
All you need to be eligible for this program ? Office 2010 Technology Guarantee ? is the following:Purchase Office 2007, or a new PC with Office 2007, and activate it between March 5, 2010 and September 30, 2010.
Have, or create a Windows Live ID
Redeem your Tech Guarantee before October 31, 2010 by visiting Microsoft Office 2010 Technology Guarantee - Technology Guarantee - Microsoft Office.
The Office 2010 Technology Guarantee will be fulfilled online, via download, at no additional cost.
BOB SAGET!!!!!!!!!!!!! I activated myn last weekRead other 9 answers
Anyone know if it's possible to have Office 2010 (32 bit) and Office 2013 (64 bit) running on the same computer. (Windows 8 Enterprise 64 bit).
This link partially answers the question but doesn't say if you can mix 32 and 64 bit versions.
I have to keep EXCEL 32 bit as I have some addin's that don't work on the 64 bit version (EXCEL 2010).
I HATE outlook 2013 so the restriction on Outlook is fine by me. Mixing the 32 and 64 bit versions is my main concern here.
(Note you have to have office 2010 already installed to enable the "Side by Side" feature apparently -- not tried it yet).
Office 2013: Side-by-side or upgrade? | Jussi on SharePoint
Please posters who have actually TRIED this combination (on ANY version of 64 bit Windows 8). One often get posts like "It *should be possible*, or I don't THINK it will work. If you've tried this or can post me to an official Ms link saying it either works or doesn't work then I'd appreciate the help).
I don't actually like office 2013 -- I intend for all sorts of reasons sticking with office 2010 but there will be times when I have to run office 2013 and I really don't want to have to set up a separate Virtual machine just for that - or another Windows to Go system.
Here is one reference that might satisfy you:
"Compatibility with existing Office files and solutions
The 64-bit version of Microsoft Office isn?t compatible with any other 32-bit version of Office programs. So you must first uninstall all 32-bit versions of Office programs before you install the 64-bit version of Office."
I found another on Technet, but like a dummy I left the page, and, for some reason, couldn't find the reference again. It said 64 and 32 bit versions cannot be installed on the same machine.
I did an upgrade installation from Office 2003 PRO to Office 2010 PRO. I had several issues with Access denied on C:\Config.msi. I usually select retry and all is well. I think I may have missed one of the retries before I did the system restart.
Now I get an error 2203 whenever I reboot, and the Office 2003 installer keeps popping up anytime I try to do anything.
I tried uninstalling Office 2003 and was told that I had a corrupted install. I tried re-installing it and it seems to just hang.
I also tried to uninstall and repair Office 2010.
I'm at a loss at this point.
Do a restore point to before you installed office 2010. then uninstall the office 2003 and do not upgrade.Read other 3 answers
I just purchased MS Office Professional Academic 2010 and I installed it on my desktop. Now I want to install it on my laptop. I went to the MS Office support to download the trial version, then I thought I could enter my product key. But when I try to create an account it keeps telling me I can't use an email with a hotmail or MSN domain which makes no sense. So how do I do this? Do I need to create a disc off my desktop then install it onto my laptop? I want to create a backup CD anyway, but not sure how to do this. Do I save all the files to a disc? I will try the Digital River site where I purchased it from.
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I bought the 3x family pack for office 2010 but not sure how to install is it just an upgrade or a new install and do I need to uninstall office 2003 first Thank you for any help.
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There's no upgrade license for Office 2010. It should install just fine over whatever version you have, and it will install just fine on a computer without any previous version installed.
I have MS Office Professional 2010 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, Access). I needed to install MS Project 2013 for a class that I'm taking.
Long story short, I now cannot use my 2010 stuff. The computer only recognizes 2013. (Would have been nice if I had gotten a warning when I was installing)
How can I get back my 2010 stuff? Do I have to re-install it? If I do, are 2010 and 2013 compatible or incomparable?
Upgrading to 2013 for everything is neither desired nor an option right now.
This article: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/access-help/office-2013-known-issues-HA102919019.aspx?CTT=5&origin=HA103981695#_Office_%28release%29 should help you in uninstalling Office 2013 and fixing Office 2010.
As for having two Windows office versions on your computer SAFELY, you would need a dual boot system, one office version for each booting partition. You could create a third partition for all the files you save so you could easily access them from either booting partition.
alright guys I am in need of your opinion i have heard good things about both Office 2010 and 2013, but I am not sure which one is better, I can get both through my college, but I am just not sure which one would be best to use thanks guys i really appreciate it a lot
You better check into the fine points about the licensing terms.
Including these questions:
Can the product be installed on more than 1 PC at a time and are there any restrictions as to the type of PC: desktop, laptop, etc?
Is the product restricted to the first PC to which it is installed or can it be installed to any single PC in the future, without restrictions?
Do you get a factory-made retail disc or just a download of some type that must be burned to a disc?
Are there recurring fees, such as a monthly or annual charge? Or do you pay just once and never again?
It seems that Microsoft's goal in the long term is to drive everyone toward recurring fees, like a subscription that must be renewed for the software to continue to function. You can avoid that with Office 2010 if you buy the right type of license. I'm not sure about 2013.
And you need to understand which of the Office applications are included: Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint, etc, etc. There are numerous packages with different names.
Functionally, you won't find major differences and can become accustomed to either.
I'd worry most about the licensing details.
Have a friend with a relatively new Dell Laptop running Windows 8.
She purchased the Office 365 Home Premium, which I believe she now has to pay for annually.
In the About section (at least in Word) it shows that it is a "Subscription Product".
A Google search for details about this are dizzying.
I'm not really looking to bash MS over this latest incident, there are plenty of others out there doing that for me. I'm just wondering if she can uninstall this version of Office and install Office 2010. Does MS allow these sort of moves?
She's a newbie and is taking a class that uses Office 2010 and would like to use the same apps at home as she does in class.
And if you're thinking about posting a "well, it's not that different, tell her to learn 2013"...please don't.
She is not a computer person, has no interest in becoming one and would simply like to get the most out of her class.
She has access to a legal copy of Office 2010 but I wasn't sure how all this works since there has been so much confusion about Office 365 and the annual fee(s) and transfer issues.
Anyone out there done this already or know if it can be done?
Thanks in advance,
I'm not really looking to bash MS over this latest incident, there are plenty of others out there doing that for me. I'm just wondering if she can uninstall this version of Office and install Office 2010. Does MS allow these sort of moves?... She has access to a legal copy of Office 2010 but I wasn't sure how all this works since there has been so much confusion about Office 365 and the annual fee(s) and transfer issues.Yes, you should be able to remove Office 2013/365 and then re-install the license/legal copy of Office 2010.This assumes that the license for Office 2010 is not already installed on some other computer (unless it is a license that permits installation on multiple computers).Read other 2 answers
I've checked the archives but can;t find a relevant thread.
I currently have Office 2010 Pro on my laptop and am going to be purchasing MS Project. But am unsure which version is the safe bet.
Can I install Project 2013 on a laptop running Office 2010 or is that going to be a problem and I should stick with Project 2010?
I don't need the latest and greatest version of Project so for my functional needs Project 2010 will be fine, but I figured if I am going to buy it might be best to get the latest version?
Note: I did find something on another forum about Project 2013 using Sharepoint 2013 and that conflicts over-writes some sharepoint 2010 executables thereby causing issues with 2010 suite ... but I don't have Sharepoint on my laptop so doubt this is an issue in my situation.
Anyways whats the safest bet, I really don't want to deal with conflicts or software issues. Stick with Project 2010?
Office 2010 is the first to be available as either 32-bit or 64-bit. I had to uninstall Office FrontPage 2003 [32-bit] before I could install the 64-bit version of Office 2010. I would imagine the same would hold true for all Office applications.Read other 9 answers
Not sure what I did but I recently modified a document on our SharePoint and saved it locally. Now when I open that master document on SharePoint it opens the one I saved locally a while back and asks if I want to update the server. I've searched on various forums for a fix for this but have yet to find a solution.
How can I open these master documents on sharepoint without having it ask to update the server. I'd hate to accidentally save over the master document.
I'm using MS Office 2013, and SharePoint 2010.
I'm the IT Manager for a small, non-profit. I need roughly 35-40 licenses for Office, or an Open License that allows that many installs. In years past, I always purchased these things from TechSoup. However, we are no longer eligible. We are a 501(c)5, and organizations like TechSoup only give discounts to 501(c)3.
Microsoft's website directed me to several vendors, but they either tell me we're ineligible (given our charitable status) or they give me an outrageous quote, especially for our size non-profit. Dell, for example, quoted me $13,326 for 40 licenses.
Am I completely out of other options? Back when TechSoup still considered us eligible, I was able to buy a volume license key for Office 2007...same key for every install. Is that still an option, because it seems like Dell is just giving me 40 "off-the-shelf" licenses, aka 40 keys.
I'm frustrated, because I can't believe a non-profit this small would have to pay that much.
If you are dealing with that tight of a budget, might I suggest you consider switching to Apache Open Office. Functionality is pretty much the same.Read other 6 answers
Your help is very much appreciated
Give LibreOffice a try. It's free and has many of the MS Office features. It can read and write the latest MS Office files. It's the only Office Suite I use.
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You can also use the Online version of MS Office 365 for free. Here's the link to get started (choose the Get Started button on the right):
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Kingsoft Office 2013 Free revamps interface, improves support for new Office formats
I've remembered that the older version have classic theme and to obtain the theme Office version, a purchase is needed.
In Exel 2013, each time I do a drag and drop or copy and drop to a different cell, I get the error message below. I checked the clipboard and it is empty.
I've done some research and Microsoft said it because of Bing browser, but bing is not installed.
I upgraded Office Pro 2010 to 2013 on Win 8.1x64.. Now, if I click an email address link in Outlook, I receive the message, "mailto:[email protected] This app can't be activated when UAC is disabled." I didn't have this issue with Outlook 2010. My reg setting at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System\EnableLUA is set to 0x00. Thanks.Read other answers
We have an upgrade on our computer units here in the company, my problem is when users save their 2007 excel files an error pops up, Errors were detected while saving "File Name". Microsoft maybe able to save the file by removing or repairing some features. To make the repairs in new file, click Continue. To cancel saving the file, click Cancel.
By the way, the files were save on the file server and users access them through single roaming profile that we created with full access on their folders.
i am hoping i could find an answer.
i have many views, but no reply... i am starting to think this forum is not helping me !...Read other 2 answers
How can I upgrade Microsoft Office 2007 to 2013?
and The Powerpoint 2007 to 2013 also, Is it Able or not?
Quote: Originally Posted by Razer2k13
How can I upgrade Microsoft Office 2007 to 2013?
and The Powerpoint 2007 to 2013 also, Is it Able or not?
You need to purchase Office 2013 Pro
When you do it will ask you if you want to upgrade
and of course you pick this option
Once it finishes you will be upgraded to office 2013
Hey everyone, First post, hopefully it isn't a waste ha. Our company will be upgrading to Office 2013. I'm trying to get an idea as far as what features might be an issue or have been an issue for other people who upgraded in a company. I suppose this isn't just a Win 7 thing, also will include XP machines and could be more an exchange server question but was just wondering if anyone had an issues when switching. Thanks in advance,KingHyperionEdit: Moved topic from Windows 7 to the more appropriate forum.~ Animal
There shouldn't be too many issues in terms of Office files saved in 2007 format being re-opened in 2013.
However, you won't be able to install 2013 on Windows XP machines -- they will have to be upgraded to at least Windows 7 (scroll down for OS requirements): http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee624351%28v=office.15%29.aspx
In terms of integrating with Exchange, Outlook 2013 won't work with Exchange 2003; you would have to upgrade to at least 2007. Scroll down further on the above link for supported Exchange versions.
Recently a user has requested to use MS Access so we have purchased an office 2013 pro plus license. The existing office using is already office 2013 standard.
I can only search an article on how to perform the upgrade for office 2010 and 2007.
Deploy different Office 2010 suites
Deploy different Microsoft Office 2007 suites (step-by-step)
May I know if this also applies to office 2013?
Also, if I follow the steps "Uninstall-Install", will it delete Outlook's archive files / user profile?
Appreciate for any helps.
As far as I know you should be OK. Outlook stores most details in the Outlook Files, which on my computer are stored in my Documents directory.
Just to be safe copy your Outlook Files to a thumb drive or similar. Also make a note of all you email setting that are found in Outlook under File & then Info & click on Account Settings & make a note of all the settings.
Hello and thank you for your time,
I was wondering is there a way to get office 2010 for free legally, I am a new user of Windows 7, and I would ecstatic for the use of.
No there is not a free version of anything that Microsoft sells in a store such as Windows and Office.Read other 11 answers
I plan to update Office Pro 2003 to Office 2013 with Outlook. I need some Advice on how to move all of my Outlook info in 2003 to Outlook 2013.
Thank you, Richard
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Office 2016 Installation Routine Deleting Older Stand-alone Apps
I can't say I wasn't warned. I was part way through installing Microsoft Office 2016 on my primary workstation when I got a message that said, "Stop, you should wait to install Office 2016." The error message went on to say that if I decided to continue anyway, my copy of Microsoft Visio Standard 2013 would be removed. Since I had the original disk from when I purchased the software, I went ahead. Bad move. It turns out that when Microsoft says that Visio 2013 won't work with Office 2016, it means it won't even have the chance to work. Any attempt to reinstall the software will be thwarted. The fact that you paid for the software is beside the point. You're basically out of luck. When I went to the Microsoft community forums, which is where Microsoft handles much of its tech support, I discovered that I wasn't alone. Apparently hundreds of people who'd purchased stand-alone Microsoft Office products were affected, and they weren't happy about it.
Furthermore, the problem extended far beyond Visio. Users with Microsoft Project, Publisher, Access, InfoPath and SharePoint Designer were also affected. Likewise, Microsoft customers who purchased Office Apps that are normally part of Office suites but may have been purchased separately, such as Outlook 2013, were also affected.
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OS: Windows 8.1
Office Version: Professional Plus 2013
Every office application I open seems to have a classic unthemed title bar and not maximise correctly. When opening an office application a number of things happen:
The application opens behind any open windows
The application when maximised appears to be open full screen with in an invisible frame
Drop down lists within the application instantly close when clicked on
Here are few images showing what I mean:
Steps taken to try to rectify the problem:Reinstalled Office after having used Revo Uninstaller to remove any left over traces
Rolled back to a time I don't believe the problem existed, thought this may have existed from the start but never realised due to lack of use
Reinstalled Graphics Card drivers
Turned off any OS resizing options
Tried changing the OS theme back to default
Tried changing the screen resolution
I should also mention that this only affects office applications and no other applications seem to have any issues like this.
I know I can get around the issue of it being maximised, as can be seen from the screenshot. The issues with dropdown boxes etc is a pain, any help you guys can give would be appreciated
Have you tried an Office repair. This is how to do it with Windows 7, Open Control Panel, select Programs & Features, scroll down to Microsoft Office 2013 & Right Click on it & select Change & this will show a couple of Repair options to try. Windows 8 might be different as I haven't tried it.Read other 2 answers
Microsoft has accidentally posted details about a promotion it will be running for those who buy Office 2007 a few months before and after the release of Office 2010 in June 2010. It is called the "Microsoft Office 2010 Technology Guarantee Program," though Redmond is not yet ready to announce it. "Microsoft has not disclosed an Office 2010 Technology Guarantee," a Microsoft spokesperson told Ars. "We have no further comment at this time."
Buy Office 2007, get 2010 free? Microsoft posts, pulls deal
this is a NO BRAINER -- of course the deal will be re-instated at the appropriate time.
This was the same with people having VISTA on their machines after W7 was announced - free upgrade in a lot of cases.
Hi, is there any way of backing up all email accounts in Outlook 2013 (including username+password) and restoring them in Outlook 2016 without having to manually recreate the accounts? Thanks
You didn't say what types of accounts they are, but mostly likely there isn't a way, unless there is a third-party tool or these are Exchange accounts.Read other answers
Greetings! For a limited time you can download this free e-book without stepping through any registration. First Look: Microsoft Office 2010, by Katherine Murray, offers 14 chapters of early content, organized like so:
Part I, ?Envision the Possibilities,? introduces you to the changes in Office 2010 and shows you how you can make the most of the new features to fit the way you work today. Chapter 1, ?Welcome to Office 2010,? gives you a play-by-play introduction to new features; Chapter 2, ?Express Yourself Effectively and Efficiently,? details the great feature enhancements and visual effects throughout the applications; and Chapter 3, ?Work Anywhere with Office 2010,? explores the flexibility factor by presenting a set of scenarios that enable users to complete their work no matter where their path takes them.
Microsoft Press : Free e-book: ?First Look: Microsoft Office 2010?
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MS Office 2010 Home and Business Edition Beta is available for download for free until Oct. 2010.
You will need to create a MS Office Online account to do so.
Microsoft Office Online
I installed it this A.M., and it is a major step up, even from Office'07.
I have had it on here since 2009! It will require activation once you get the confirmation email from MS! You can add several email accounts into one inbox for those missing Windows Mail or Outlook Express easily.
You might want to look over the beta for Visio as well since those work together. Microsoft Office Online
MS Office 2010 beta is required first however to add Visio to it. To activate open the help link and enter the key they provide for the download.
I don't know if maybe I'm the only one who runs into this problem or if it happens to a lot of people, but it seems to come up a lot for me.
I have had this issue on many computers but right now I am setting up an old Dell Latitude E5510 for an employee and I have reformatted, installed all drivers, and programs needed. I installed Office 2007, because this employee won't really be using the computer much.
I start up Windows Updates today and it has me downloading 3 updates for Windows 2010. This computer had Office 2010 on it before it was reformatted. Is it still sensing Office 2010 buried somewhere in the files and that's why it's asking me to install updates for it? Does Office 2007 use updates that are also made for 2010(and are only labled 2010)? Anyone have any ideas? I don't believe it's hurting anything, but I am curious!
I get those type of updates for my Office 2003. There are some later updates that can be applicable. For example, I installed a converter that lets me open later MSWord formats (2003 is doc) and now I get updates for later Office versions.Read other 2 answers
It seems that there may be a problem in Office 2010. I just installed it to the standard MS default/recommended settings .........all looked good...used Word great..until I use Excel and each time I try to use excel it sets off an 'Office Configuration' screen which I can not stop..it take a few minutes and then loads OK. I tried to launch it from the installed prgrams icon but there is no files on 'start in' etc..I tied to create a shortcut to the desktop from the excel.exe file and get the same reconfigure issue..it seem that somehow I don't have either permissions or I have a corrupt install..all Office suite works eventually Anyone know how to fix it..please?
Have you ever had a previous version of Office on this copy of win7?
Do you have any component of a previous office suite installed still
I have seen this in the past with Viso that was due to remnents of an earlier trial remaining on disk and in the registry.
I also found that if I cancelled the configuration screen the Viso would load without problems without the need to wait for completion.
There are some rather involved solution stems on Microsoft website - cannot find them at the present but will try to look for them.
The problem was that I could never get the removal steps to actually cure the issue and I put up with the error until my next re-install of Win7, which was not to long in the case of that system
I am running Office 2013 on a cleanly installd SDD that has only ever had office 2013 installed on it. Any idea why windows update is giving me Office 2007 updates, specifically
I should decline these, right?
No don't decline these updates.
Office 2013 updates in the background & does not show up in the usual Windows Updates section. I am using Office 2013 Pro & I have it set for installing updates automatically.
It would be best just to let any updates that are required to be installed. Often certain updates are incorporated to cover a few versions of Office as they earlier ones need it so they incorporate it to cover all the applicable versions, which may also include later versions.
Therefore just leave it alone as fiddling with updates often causes trouble. Also it is just a whole lot of unnecessary work for you.