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On the subsequent device you login your office 365 account via office.microsoft.com/en-us/ (Sign-in button located upper right corner).
On the left side of the web page click on My Account.
Here is the install information which you then select the OS type under the drop down (office for windows or office for Mac). The… see more
On the subsequent device you login your office 365 account via office.microsoft.com/en-us/ (Sign-in button located upper right corner).
On the left side of the web page click on My Account.
Here is the install information which you then select the OS type under the drop down (office for windows or office for Mac). Then click Install. see less
On the subsequent device you login your office 365 account via office.microsoft.com/en-us/ (Sign-in button located upper right corner).
On the left side of the web page click on My Account.
Here is the install information which you then select the OS type under the drop down (office for windows or office for Mac). Then click Install.

Amazon Customer
· March 13, 2013
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Yes, but I would keep checking prices to get a better deal. And you don't have to pay the renewal fee for THAT license;if you can find a better deal you can just get a brand new license each year as long as you do it before that one expires (I do that with Norton -- usually I can find a better price for a new license … see more Yes, but I would keep checking prices to get a better deal. And you don't have to pay the renewal fee for THAT license;if you can find a better deal you can just get a brand new license each year as long as you do it before that one expires (I do that with Norton -- usually I can find a better price for a new license than opting to renew the one I have). I got a 5 user license for MS 365 from Amazon for $62. Purchasing the software would be at least $500+ -- I am not crazy about having to renew yearly but if you paid over $500 for it now, it might not be as useful in 5 years and I could not find a great price for buying it... So I just did it. First, I tried all the free and low cost alternatives to MS and after 6 months, I decided that MS was worth the price for me. If you don't need Outlook, you can usually buy a Home and Student version for much less. I wanted Outlook. Long answer, but no great cheap choices! see less Yes, but I would keep checking prices to get a better deal. And you don't have to pay the renewal fee for THAT license;if you can find a better deal you can just get a brand new license each year as long as you do it before that one expires (I do that with Norton -- usually I can find a better price for a new license than opting to renew the one I have). I got a 5 user license for MS 365 from Amazon for $62. Purchasing the software would be at least $500+ -- I am not crazy about having to renew yearly but if you paid over $500 for it now, it might not be as useful in 5 years and I could not find a great price for buying it... So I just did it. First, I tried all the free and low cost alternatives to MS and after 6 months, I decided that MS was worth the price for me. If you don't need Outlook, you can usually buy a Home and Student version for much less. I wanted Outlook. Long answer, but no great cheap choices!
Lee
· February 2, 2015
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Yes. You can have the program downloaded to your machine (I think up to 5 different machines) and it will work offline
Clayton Dale Miller
· August 7, 2013
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Windows Office will open any document no matter what version you have. It will usually open, and save in compatibility mode when you save. Your documents will open!
John L. Parker
· March 21, 2016
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Yes, the license is good for 5 devices regardless if they are PC or Mac.
Wibbs
· August 14, 2015
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Yes. I have Office 2010 still on my computer, and it opens by default (unless you open 365 first, and then select the doc you want to open). They work interchangeably.
Theo
· February 4, 2014
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Hi, you sure can. Any combo of PCs and Macs up to 5 users works well.
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Hi, you sure can. Any combo of PCs and Macs up to 5 users works well.
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Hi, you sure can. Any combo of PCs and Macs up to 5 users works well.
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Mike
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Manufacturer · July 21, 2017
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I don't know!!! .when i upgraded to windows 8 nothing worked. Also when I tried to download Office 365 it failed in the first place, I was was screwed by microsoft and amazon...no one seemed to be able to help in any way and i was left to pay for NOTHING!!! you're on your own. i don't recommend it!
mwsidne
· July 8, 2013
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This is one of those classic "it depends" answers. Office 365 uses the newest file format for office . If your "real" office installation (office 2013) can access that new format, the answer is "yes." If you opt out you'll also not lose your ability to view those files, just the ability to edit/modify the files. Yo… see more This is one of those classic "it depends" answers. Office 365 uses the newest file format for office . If your "real" office installation (office 2013) can access that new format, the answer is "yes." If you opt out you'll also not lose your ability to view those files, just the ability to edit/modify the files. You also can maintain backwards compatibility by doing a "save as" and choosing one of the older file formats. If you take that last option, you do lose some of the formatting options that are available in 0ffice 2013/office 365 and apps will indicate that you are using "compatibility mode." see less This is one of those classic "it depends" answers. Office 365 uses the newest file format for office . If your "real" office installation (office 2013) can access that new format, the answer is "yes." If you opt out you'll also not lose your ability to view those files, just the ability to edit/modify the files. You also can maintain backwards compatibility by doing a "save as" and choosing one of the older file formats. If you take that last option, you do lose some of the formatting options that are available in 0ffice 2013/office 365 and apps will indicate that you are using "compatibility mode."
B Gates
· April 15, 2014
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According to Microsoft, Yes. Here is a link to more information and installation instructions:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/office365-suite-help/use-office-365-on-your-iphone-or-ipad-HA103787373.aspx

Onemanvolt
· September 26, 2014