How to install Microsoft Office 365 on your Computer

First make sure you don’t have an existing version of Microsoft Office

Uninstall Office from a PC

Option 1 – Uninstall Office from the Control Panel

  1. Open the Control Panel.

    Tip: If you installed the Office apps as part of a suite, such as Office Home and Student or Microsoft 365, search for the suite name. For stand-alone apps search by the app name, such as Project or Visio.

    In most cases you can’t uninstall an individual app if it’s included in your Office suite. The only way to uninstall an individual app is if you purchased it as a stand-alone app.

    How you open the Control Panel depends on your version of Windows.

    Windows 10

    1. In the search box on the task bar, type control panel, then select Control Panel.
    2. Select Programs > Programs and Features, then right-click your Microsoft Office product, and choose Uninstall.

    Windows 8.1 or 8

    1. Right-click the Start button Windows Start button in Windows 8 and Windows 10 (lower-left corner), and choose Control Panel.
    2. Select Programs and Features, then right-click your Office product, and choose Uninstall.

    Windows 7

    1. Click Start > Control Panel.
    2. Click Programs > Programs and Features.
    3. Right-click the Office application you want to remove, and then click Uninstall.
  2. Follow the prompts to complete the uninstall.

    Option 2 – Completely uninstall Office with the uninstall support tool

    1. Click the button below to download and install the Office uninstall support tool.

    2. Follow the steps below to download the uninstall support tool according to your browser.

      Tip: The tool may take a few minutes to download and install. After completing the installation, the Uninstall Office products window will open.

      Edge or Chrome

      • In the lower-lower left corner right-click SetupProd_OffScrub.exe > Open.

        Where to find and open the Support Assitant download file in a Chrome web browser

      Edge (older) or Internet Explorer

      • At the bottom of the browser window, select Run to launch the SetupProd_OffScrub.exe.

        Where to find and open the Support Assitant download file in the Edge or Internet Explorer web browser

      Firefox

      • In the pop-up window, select Save Fileand then from the upper-right browser window, select the downloads arrow > SetupProd_OffScrub.exe.

        Where to find and open the Support Assitant download file in a Chrome web browser

    3. Select the version you want to uninstall, and then select Next.
    4. Follow through the remaining screens and when prompted, restart your computer.

      After you restart your computer, the uninstall tool automatically re-opens to complete the final step of the uninstall process. Follow the remaining prompts.

    5. If you want to reinstall Office, select the steps for the version you want and follow those steps. Close the uninstall tool.

Reboot your computer!!!!

Sign in to download Office

  1. Go to www.office.com and if you’re not already signed in, select Sign in.
  2. Sign in with the account you associated with this version of Office. This will be the Account provided to you by Computers N’ Stuff of Waco
  3. After signing in, follow the steps.
      1.  

        From the home page select Install Office (If you set a different start page, go to aka.ms/office-install.)

        Screenshot of Office.com if signing in with a work or school account

      2. Select Office 365 apps to begin the installation.The 64-bit version is installed by default unless Office detects you already have a 32-bit version of Office (or a stand-alone Office app such as Project or Visio) installed. In this case, the 32-bit version of Office will be installed instead.

        To change from a 32-bit version to a 64-bit version or vice versa, you need to uninstall Office first (including any stand-alone Office apps you have such as Project of Visio). Once the uninstall is complete, sign in again to www.office.com and select Other install options, choose the language and version you want (64 or 32-bit), and then select Install. (See Install Visio or Install Project if you need to reinstall those stand-alone apps.)

      3. Once you open it for the first time it will prompt you to sign in, use the Computers N’ Stuff provided Credentials to sign in.

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Sent: Saturday, December 5, 2020 12:38 AM

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Subject: Message Center Major Change Update Notification

 
Organization: COMPUTERS N’ STUFF
Microsoft Teams: Profile menu update, relocating profile menu links to a new menu in the title bar
MC228368
Major update: Announcement started
Applied To: All

Access to Settings, Zoom Controls, Keyboard Shortcuts, About, and Check for Updates is moving from the Me Menu to a new menu in the title bar. The Me Menu will be focused on account management, where users can switch to another account or tenant through
the first level of the Me Menu. The following links will be moved out of the Me Menu into a new menu in the title bar:

  • Zoom Controls
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
  • About
  • Check for updates

[Key Points:]

  • Timing: Rollout to standard release in late January and GCC in early February
  • Action: Review and assess

[How this will affect your organization:]

The Me Menu will be focused on account management, with account and tenant switching moved to level one of the menu. 

Settings, Zoom Controls, Keyboard Shortcuts, About, and Check for Updates is moving from the Me Menu to a new menu in the title bar. 

[What you need to do to prepare:] 

You may consider updating training and documentation as appropriate.

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Introducing At a glance summaries in sharing e-mails for Word documents
MC227295
Major update: Announcement started
Applied To: All
Sharing e-mails for Word files will soon include the estimated time to read for document as well as its key points, as announced at Ignite.

[Key points]

  • Microsoft 365 Roadmap 66189
  • Timing:
    • Targeted release (organization): beginning late November through late December 2020
    • Standard release: beginning early January through late March 2021
  • Roll-out: tenant level
  • Control type: admin control
  • Action: review and assess by January 2, 2021

[How this will affect your organization]

When users share Word files, the sharing e-mail will include information about the estimated time it will take a user to read the document as well as a list of the key points in the document.

Note that files that have been marked as sensitive by Data Loss Prevention will not include this information.

[What you need to do to prepare]

Admins who do not want this new functionality can disable it using the SharePoint Online Management Shell before the feature is available on January 2, 2021.

Once connected, you should run Set-SPOTenant – IncludeAtAGlanceInShareEmails $false.

You might want to notify your users about this new capability and update your training and documentation as appropriate.

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Yammer Desktop App Update
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As announced at Ignite, we will be bringing the new Yammer experience and capabilities to our current Yammer Desktop App users. We will be retiring the Yammer Desktop Application mid-2021. We will be releasing a new installable Yammer Desktop experience that will have the new Yammer for existing Desktop users to use, which is where we will continue to invest our development resources.

[Key Points:]

  • Major: Retirement
  • Timing:
    • New Yammer Desktop experience: Will be available at the end of March 2021.
    • Retirement of current experience: This will occur in mid-2021 and we will communicate additional timing details via Message center.
  • Action: Review and assess

[How this will affect your organization:]

If your organization has current Yammer Desktop usage or plans to start using the current application soon we want to make sure you are informed about these upcoming changes. Once the new installable Desktop Application is released we will still allow users time to transition over from the existing experience. During this time we will continue to support the existing experience and address high priority items until it is officially retired.

[What you need to do to prepare:]

To prepare for this change we recommend starting to make users in your organization aware of what is coming and as we prepare to release the new Desktop experience we will provide more details on how you can help your users transition as well as a concrete timeline on when we will retire the current experience.

You can learn more about the new Yammer experience in this downloadable PowerPoint deck: What’s new in Yammer?

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