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Office Home & Business 2013 Key Card 1PC/1User

Platform : Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP
3.7 out of 5 stars 418 customer reviews

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  • Licensed for one user for install on one PC. Box includes one Product Key Card - No Disc.
  • The latest versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook.
  • One time purchase for the life of your PC; limited to one "licensed computer" at a time and transfer eligibility restrictions apply.
  • NOTE: Does not include Publisher or Access.
  • NOTE: Windows XP and Vista NOT supported. This product requires Windows 7 or newer operating systems.
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Update: Microsoft updated the Office 2013 license. You may now transfer the software to another computer that belongs to you, but not more than one time every 90 days (except due to hardware failure, in which case you may transfer sooner). If you transfer the software to another computer, that other computer becomes the "licensed computer." The Office 365 Subscription products work on up to 5 PCs, Macs, and select mobile devices without license transferability limitations.


Please note: This item does not contain a disc; it is a product key card that requires a download from office.com. See steps involved below:

1. Once you have placed your order and received your product key card in the mail, locate your product key on the backside of the included card.

2. When you locate the product key, follow the instructions on the card, and go to https://officesetup.getmicrosoftkey.com/ to download and install.

3. Enter your 25-digital product key as prompted.

4. Sign in or create a Microsoft account.

5. Select your preferred country and language.

6. From your "My Account" page with Microsoft, select the item that you want to install.

7. Click the "Install" button to begin your download.




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Product Description

Platform: PC Key Card

Product Description

Office Home & Business 2013 Key Card 1PC/1User

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Office Home & Business 2013

Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote plus Outlook on one PC.

Office Home & Business 2013 is designed to help you create and organize faster with time saving features and a clean, modern look. Plus, you can save your documents in the cloud on SkyDrive and access them when you are not at home.

What’s new in this release of Office?

The 2013 versions of familiar Office applications such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint include new features that help you create, communicate and work efficiently from virtually anywhere. In addition to updating the traditional Office suites, Microsoft has developed brand new subscription versions of Office, specifically designed around the way customers use Office. Each new subscription offer will include the 2013 versions of the Office applications, for example Word, Excel and PowerPoint, plus cloud services such as Skype world minutes and online storage with SkyDrive.

Subscribers will also receive future rights to version upgrades as well as per-use rights across multiple PCs or Macs and select mobile devices.1 Note: The Office applications you can use across PCs, Macs and other devices vary by platform.

1Visit www.office.com/information for a current list of devices. Internet connection required. Internet and mobile telephone usage charges may apply.

What is the difference between the Office 2013 suites and Office 365 plans?

Microsoft Office is still the name Microsoft uses for its familiar productivity software. Office suites have traditionally included applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. All Office 2013 suites include the latest versions of the applications, for use on a single PC.

Microsoft uses the name “Office 365” for products that include cloud services, such as additional SkyDrive online storage, Skype minutes for home use, Lync web conferencing or Exchange Online hosted email for businesses. Cloud services are features that are enabled over the Internet. Most Office 365 plans also include the full-featured Office 2013 applications, which users can install across multiple computers and devices. All Office 365 products, such as Office 365 Home Premium, are paid for on a subscription basis, annually. Active subscribers will receive future rights to version upgrades as a benefit of their subscription. Entitlements vary by product.

What it includes:

  • Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook.
  • Office on one PC for household use.
  • One time purchase for the life of your PC; non-transferrable.
  • 7 GB of online storage in SkyDrive.
  • Free Office Web Apps1 for accessing, editing, and sharing documents.
  • An improved user interface optimized for touch, pen, and keyboard.

How do I get my Office software?

Please note: This item does not contain a disc; it is a product key card that requires a download from office.com. See steps involved below:

  1. Once you have placed your order and received your product key card in the mail, locate your product key on the backside of the included card.
  2. When you locate the product key, follow the instructions on the card, and go to https://officesetup.getmicrosoftkey.com/ to download and install.
  3. Enter your 25-digital product key as prompted.
  4. Sign in or create a Microsoft account.
  5. Select your preferred country and language.
  6. From your "My Account" page with Microsoft, select the item that you want to install.
  7. Click the "Install" button to begin your download.

What's new with Office?

Complete Tasks Easily

  • Experience Office on Windows 8 devices, with an improved user interface optimized for touch, pen, and keyboard.
  • An improved look and feel reduces distractions for a better reading experience.
  • The new Start screen gives you a selection of recent documents and templates.

Simple Communication

  • Get your emails, schedule, and tasks in Outlook.
  • See your Outlook schedule, an appointment, or details about a contact without changing screens.
  • Create presentations with widescreen themes in PowerPoint.
  • Recommended Charts helps you visualize data in Excel.

Microsoft Office Applications

  • Add pictures, videos, or online media with a simple drag and drop.
  • Use OneNote to capture and share notes, pictures, web pages, voice memos, and more.
  • Incorporate content from PDFs into Word documents.
  • Flash Fill in Excel allows you to format and rearrange your data with tools that recognize patterns and auto complete data with no formulas or macros required.

System Requirements

  • Computer and Processor: 1 GHz or faster x86 or 64-bit processor with SSE2 instruction set
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM (32 Bit) /2 GB RAM (64 Bit) recommended for graphics features and certain advanced functionality2
  • Hard Disk: 3.0 GB of available disk space
  • Display: 1366 x 768 resolution
  • Operating System: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 2008 R2 with .NET 3.5 or greater
  • Graphics: Graphics hardware acceleration requires DirectX10 graphics card

Additional Requirements

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or later, 32 bit browser only. IE7 or later required to receive broadcast presentations.
  • Internet connection. Fees may apply.
  • Microsoft and Skype accounts.
  • A touch-enabled device is required to use any multi-touch functionality. However, all features and functionality are always available by using a keyboard, mouse, or other standard or accessible input device. New touch features are optimized for use with Windows 8.
  • Information Right Management features require access to a Windows 2003 Server with SP1 or later running Windows Rights Management Services.
  • Product functionality and graphics may vary based on your system configuration. Some features may require additional or advanced hardware or server connectivity.

See More: Office Frequently Asked Questions

Which version is right for you?

Office Home & Business 2013 has Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook, on one PC. But if you're still not sure which version is right for you, check out our comparison chart.

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Office 365 Personal8,12 Office 365 Home8,12 Office 365 University8,12,14 Office Home & Business 2013 Office Home & Student 20138
Installs 1 PC/Mac2 + 1 iPad/Windows tablet11 Up to 5 PCs/Macs2 + 5 iPads/Windows tablets1 Up to 2 PCs/Macs/iPads/Windows tablets7 1 PC 1 PC
Core Office applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote8
Email, calendars, and tasks: Outlook
Desktop publishing & databases: Publisher, Access8
Easy smartphone access: View and edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents on the fly9
Skype: 60 minutes of Skype calls each month to phones in 60+ countries5
OneDrive online storage (20 GB/user): Save documents for easy access and sharing virtually anywhere 1 user Up to 5 users
Easy subscription: Renewal required 1 year 1 year 4 years
Ongoing updates: Always have the latest Office applications7


1. Windows 7, Windows 8 OS, Windows Phone 7.5, Mac OS X version 10.5.8 required. Visit www.office.com/mobile for applicable devices. Windows RT devices come preinstalled with Office Home & Student 2013 RT Preview. Internet connection required. Internet and mobile telephone usage charges may apply.
2. Access and Publisher available on PC only. OneNote not available on Mac OS.
3. Internet and/or carrier network connection required; charges may apply.
4. You may transfer the software to another computer that belongs to you, but not more than one time every 90 days (except due to hardware failure, in which case you may transfer sooner). If you transfer the software to another computer, that other computer becomes the "licensed computer."
5. Skype account required. Excludes special, premium, and non-geographic numbers. Calls to mobile phones are for select countries only. Skype available only in select countries.
6. For non-commercial use.
7. Current Office application versions for Office 365 are Office 2013 for Windows and Office 2011 for Mac. Customers with an active subscription will be entitled to the newest versions when available.
8. Application availability and features vary by platform and device. OneNote, Publisher, and Access available for PC only.
9. Office Mobile comes pre-installed on Windows Phones and is also available on Android phones and iPhones. See www.office.com/information.
10. Compatible only with Windows 7, Windows 8, and Max OS X 10.6 and later.
11. Compatible devices only. Learn more at www.office.com/information.
12. Eligibility verification required. Only full and part-time enrolled higher education students, faculty, and staff in accredited institutions are eligible. Alumni of these institutions are ineligible.


Product Details

Platform: PC Key Card
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B009SPWJ98
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 6 x 4 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Media: Software
  • Release Date: January 29, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (418 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


Customer Questions & Answers

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About a month ago, I installed Windows 8 and the final version of Office 2013 on a Dell XPS 13. A bit about me: I'm a graduate student and a long-time user of Microsoft Office. I've used Word, Excel, Powerpoint and OneNote almost every day for the past 5 years, but OneNote the most by far. I've used every version of Office since 1997.

As other reviewers have pointed out, the biggest changes to Office 2013 from Office 2010 are SkyDrive integration, touch gestures, and a flatter UI to match Windows 8. Since I don't use SkyDrive often, don't have a touchscreen, and am indifferent to the flatter look, I'll leave those aspects to other reviews. If you're like me and aren't particularly excited by SkyDrive (which still isn't as versatile as Google Docs for real-time collaboration), then Office 2013 is practically the same as Office 2010 in terms of how everything works - most of the time. This is not a bad thing, at least in my opinion, since I really liked Office 2010 and its improved Ribbon UI.

What I wanted to talk about here are the changes that Microsoft has made to Office 2013 from Office 2010 that I've noticed, changes that might impact daily workflow for users upgrading from previous Office versions.

OneNote 2013:
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I spend at least 4 hours a day in this program, so I'll start with this. As far as I can tell, there are no significant changes in terms of features. Buttons on the ribbon are shuffled around a bit, but the feature set is still the same, as is the file container (*.one) and notebook type ("OneNote 2010-2013").

However, there are 5 new issues that annoy me every single day.
(1) Full screen and pinning the ribbon.
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I have been using Office Professional 2007 at work for years, and I bought Office 2010 for home use when it first came out. I can tell you that Office 2010 is a very worthwhile upgrade from 2007, and compatibility between those two products is decent. I recently purchased Office 2013 for work and I already regret it. If I could make the choice again, I would get Office 2010. Right now in February 13', Office 2010 is the best, most robust version of Office m$ has ever produced. There is almost no major reason to get 2013 and I can think of several, two just today, that are reasons NOT to. Access 2013 doesn't do the data collection via form from Outlook like 2010 does and they replaced that feature with " ", yep nothing, just gone. The entire "Collect Data" group is simply gone. How do they charge a higher price when they remove features? Today when I composed an email for my boss in Outlook 2013 and spent some time with spacing and formatting to make it look just like I wanted it to look, then sent it off. When I opened it in my 'sent items' folder to take a last look, I was pretty p%**ed to see a message at the top of my email saying "Outlook 2013 removed unnecessary lines from this message" which left my email looking pretty crappy. What an utterly useless "feature". That can be disabled in options but can mess up a plain text email for you if you forget to turn it off - same goes for Outlook 2010. If you are using Office 2007 or an older version, then an upgrade to office 2010 would be a worthwhile experience. I think I am finished with m$ Office products as of my 2010 version and will have to do something far different in the future. My advice - stay away from Office 2013. Access 2013 seems to be a product without a development team any more.Read more ›
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Microsoft changed their license agreement for Office 2013 from non-transferable and tied to one PC to now you can transfer to a new computer, only once every 90 days. You can have only one license copy in use period on one computer.
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This is fair enough.

There are some good updates to Office 2013. The best is probably easier working with pdf files within word. You use to have have a separate pdf program to do what you can now do in word. PDFs have been around for awhile and most people who work with pdf files already have one of these programs. For people like me this feature is well late to the party. It doesn't drive me to upgrade. I am still thinking about it.

Microsoft wants to push their web based Office 365 subscription- renting the software. Office 365 may or may not be a good deal. It depends. Office 365 is cloud base. This means you have to have a good internet connection. I really don't think the internet infrastructure is ready for the the cloud based push all big software companies want to do. If everyone goes to cloud office, movies, backup/storage, and music things are going to slow down. The primary problem is our internet connection and choices are limited with very limited competition (monopolies). The US lags far behind many other developed countries in how fast our internet speeds are and competitive pricing. Until this is fixed companies that want to do cloud base software are going to be hindered. That is though a whole different discussion.

One thing about office 2013 is you do not have to have an internet connection for access to office as it is on your desktop. Something to consider.

The positives of Office 365 as opposed to Office 2013 is it is easier for Microsoft to maintain and update.
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