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Microsoft Office 365 Apps is a suite of office productivity applications, including Access, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher and Word. It is available to all students and eligible staff from qualifying colleges and institutions within the University.

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Access

(PC only)

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Excel

 

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PowerPoint

 

Publisher

Publisher

(PC only)

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Word

 

 

How to access Office 365

All students and eligible staff from qualifying colleges and institutions can access the Office 365 Apps by signing into the office online portal using their university provided work or school account user credentials.

Those with A3 licences can also download and install Office 365 apps on personal devices on up to 5 laptop/desktops, 5 tablets and 5 smartphones (15 installations in total). To check your current number of installs, you can log on to https://myaccount.microsoft.com/device-list.

If you have a previous version of Microsoft Office or copies of any additional Microsoft products installed on your device (such as Project, Visio or Visual Studio), you must uninstall these before installing Office 365 Apps.

If you do not have the original media or keys to reinstall your personal Microsoft software, do not install Office 365 Apps. The University cannot be held responsible for loss of your personal software applications.

Instructions to install Office on a PC or a Mac
Instructions to install Office on Android
Instructions to install Office on iOS devices
Instructions to install Office on a Windows mobile device

Office365 Apps are not available for Linux. Linux users would need to use the browser-based apps available at https://portal.office.com/.
 

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