Microsoft Office Home & Business 2019 | One-time purchase, 1 device | PC/Mac Download
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- One-time purchase for installation on 1 PC or Mac.
- Classic 2019 versions of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
- Microsoft support included for 60 days at no extra cost.
- Licensed for home and commercial use.
- All languages included. System Requirements: Windows 10 or Mac OS X
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Easier on the eyes across Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook
To apply this theme, go to the File menu for one of these Apps, select “Account,” select Black under “Office Theme” dropdown.
|Microsoft 365 Business Standard||Office Home & Business||Office Professional 2019|
|Usage||1 person||1 person||1 person|
|Installation||For yuse on up to 5 PCs/Macs, 5 tablets, and 5 phones (Windows, iOS, and Android)||1 PC or Mac||1 PC or Mac|
|Ongoing Support||✓||First 60 days only||First 60 days only|
|Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneNote||✓||✓||✓|
|Mobile and Web||✓|
|Access to the latest updates||✓|
|Collaborate in real-time||✓|
|Email & calendar||✓||✓||✓|
|Access & Publisher||✓||✓|
Office Home and Business 2019 is for families and small businesses who want classic Office apps and email. It includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. A one-time purchase installed on 1 PC or Mac for use at home or work.
Product detailsPlatform:Download | Edition:Home and Business
- Item Weight : 1.6 Ounces
- Item model number : T5D-03203
- Date First Available : October 2, 2018
- Manufacturer : Microsoft
- ASIN : B07H4X8QF4
- Best Sellers Rank: #16 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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I also had several issues trying to download and install the software. Once you order from Amazon you're given a link to Office.com which will request you set up an account to install your software. Your key will be automatically linked to your Microsoft account , but if you click the "install office" link on the top right of your Office.com webpage it will say your Key "has already been used". The correct link to use is under "my account" then click "subscriptions & services". There you will have a down load link to install your product. This purchase was much more convoluted than it had to be and I regret even buying it.
You need a Microsoft account or you can't use the product. Nowhere does it say anything about this until after you waste $250 and lots of personal time. The program is intentionally crippled once you sign out of the Microsoft account too because they want to use their subscription service Office 365.
Once Microsoft have your money Amazon and Microsoft could give two ****s what you think or do. There's no refund at all ever after you buy this. It's hoop after hoop for a paying customer to even get this trash up and running. Meanwhile pirates probably stripped all this crap out and gave non-paying people a better product than Microsoft can.
You can not use Outlook at all before signing away your rights because they want as much personal info as possible to sell to third parties, just like Windows 10. I'm not giving you my phone number or date of birth you creeps. If you want to use a 3rd party like Gmail in Outlook, you have to give Microsoft permission to access almost everything in your Google account for whatever they want. There is NO WAY to know this before you buy the product. Older versions of Office just let you use IMAP STMP POP and be done. Not this time!
For some reason it keeps asking me to activate "Pro Plus" even though it's a different version to what I bought. There's also inconsistencies, bugs, and oversights. Oh, and you can only use this on Windows 10. Microsoft has been doing everything they can to get people to use their dystopian dragnet of telemetry data for that sweet, sweet, immoral cash. Yes, even Office is siphoning your computer's data. Even though you just spent hundreds, you're still nothing but an object to exploit.
Only buy this if you like Microsoft spitting in your face endlessly.
Note (Update): New computers are often shipped with a 30-day "Trial" version of Microsoft Office. In my case my system was primarily focused on the Office 365/subscription version, which was not my preference. Before purchasing and installing any new version of Microsoft Office, Uninstall the "Trial" version that was shipped with your new computer.
Start > Control Panel > Programs and Features > Microsoft Office (I believe that there were two on my system, one for Office, the other for Office 365) > Uninstall. Re-boot your computer and confirm that the Uninstall process was successful.
These procedures are mentioned in one or more of the reviews below, and were also recommended to me by two different Microsoft Office technical support representatives.
Here are my recommendations:
1. Before you begin the installation you will need to have (create) a Microsoft account, with a password,
2. After I made my purchase from Amazon and received the Key Code, in Windows 10 Start > Productivity > Office > Install Office
3. There is a "Three Step" process in Windows 10 "Productivity" app > Office a) install Office b) Enter Key Code c) Download Office
The Amazon e-mail will have a button to go to "Office.com" There is an information conflict here as the Amazon website indicates that you should download the software using the Amazon Software Library. I made a leap-of-faith and used Windows 10 to download the software from the Microsoft website. It worked perfectly. The download required about five to seven minutes.
Afterwards I launched all of the apps (Excel, Outlook, Power Point and Word) to test the application functionality (I actually opened an existing document using the app) and confirm that the software was "Activated". All of the apps worked well and all had already been automatically "Activated".
So far, so good.
I have not had to contact Microsoft Technical Support, yet. Additionally, this Office software cannot be upgraded to the next version when Office 200X is released. However, if it lasts five to six years, I'll repeat the process when it's time to replace/upgrade/refresh my new Dell PC.