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Microsoft Office Suite / Office 365
Microsoft Office Suite / Office 365
Number:KB0016414State:Published
Type:Service DescriptionCreated:2014-08-12 by Katherine Poulson
Category:Computing Equipment & SoftwareUpdated:2018-01-22 by guest
Services:Microsoft Office Suite / Office 365
Summary

Office 365 enables students / employees to install a full desktop version of Office applications. Application includes both online and offline access to documents and editing.

Information

Office 365

Office 365 is available for All Current University Students and Employees. Meaning that they should have access the day after they show as admitted. If an employee they must currently (this semester) work for the university. (A retired employee does NOT have access). The license enables users to install a full desktop version of Office applications on five (5) personal computers as well as five (5) Windows tablets and/or iPads, and multiple smartphones. Office 365 includes both online and offline access to documents and editing. For download instructions see Access this Service.

 

The following is available with an active NetID:

Windows Version: Mac OS Version:
  • Excel - Spreadsheets, functions
  • Word - Word Processing
  • PowerPoint - Presentations
  • OneNote - Note taking, organizing
  • Publisher - Print and graphic publishing
  • Access
  • 1 TB of OneDrive storage space
  • Online browser (web) application to edit OneDrive documents
  • Excel - Spreadsheets, functions
  • Word - Word Processing
  • PowerPoint - Presentations
  • OneNote - Note taking, organizing
  • 1 TB of OneDrive storage space
  • Online browser (web) application to edit OneDrive documents

 

Microsoft Office Suite

The Microsoft Office Suite is available for all university owned computers found in offices, labs, and other campus facilities and can be downloaded for free if not already installed.

 

The following can be accessed via university owned computer:

Windows version (2013) includes: Mac OS version (2011) includes:
  • Access
  • Word - Word Processing
  • Excel - Spreadsheets, functions
  • PowerPoint - Presentations
  • InfoPath - Form creation
  • OneNote - Note taking, organizing
  • Outlook - Email, scheduling, contact database
  • Publisher - Print and graphic publishing
  • OneDrive - Cloud storage and sharing
  • Lync - Instant messaging, video conferencing
  • Visio Viewer - View Visio documents (charts, graphs, schematics)
  • Excel - Spreadsheets, functions
  • Word - Word Processing
  • PowerPoint - Presentations
  • Outlook - Email, scheduling, contact database

 

 

Access This Service

Office 365 - Students and Employees

The following links provide download instructions for Office 365 for various platforms:

 

  Download Instructions:   
Office 365 for Desktop Office 365 for iPad Office 365 for iPhone Office 365 for Android

 

Note: Sign in requires a Net ID and password. The Net ID needs to be typed as BYU\netid or netid@byu.edu. The login screen will give this prompt if forgotten.

 

Microsoft Office Suite:

University owned computers

Currently installed on most university owned computers. Simply log in with NetID and password. If not currently installed, visit http://software.byu.edu to download it for free.

Pricing

Office 365

Office 365 is free for all university affiliated students and employees.

 

Employees

Departments may also purchase the PowerBI add-on for $10.00 per month. For more info visit Office 365 PowerBI.

 

 Microsoft Office Suite

University owned computers

Currently installed on most university owned computers. If it is not, it can be installed for free. 

Other Resources

Office 365 for iPad

Office 365 for Desktop

Office 365 for iPhone

Office 365 for Android

IT Training - IT Training provides instructor-led training in computer applications

Office FAQs - Official answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Installation Trouble Shooting - Trouble shooting from Office.com

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