A Guide to Microsoft365 Setup

Among the few software systems that can boast of being ageless is Microsoft Office. However, even timeless technology can benefit from an improvement, which Microsoft frequently provides. If you've done an upgrade on your OS, you might be wondering what makes Microsoft Office 365 so different from the company's earlier options. MS365 is a subscription-based service, to put it simply. It has all the office apps you've come to expect, plus more. This article will discuss the MS365 setup. The link: can come in handy.

Microsoft365 Setup: Getting started

Ensure your personal computer or Mac fits the system requirements of Microsoft365 before you begin the setup process.

Are you reinstalling MS Office, or have already purchased the Microsoft product key, or are you updating it at school or work? If so, know you have a subscription. The next move will be to log in and install MS Office on your Mac or PC.

If you are installing Office for the first time, you will also need to complete particular pre-installation tasks first.

Purchasing the Microsoft365 Product Key

If you wish to buy Microsoft 365, take these straightforward steps:


Choose between education, home, enterprise, or business options.

Choose your package and then tap the "Buy Now" button

Sign up or log in to your existing Microsoft account

When you've logged in, click the "Next" option

You can choose to use your debit or credit card as a means of payment.

Once the payment transaction is completed, your order will be complete.

Visit to Get Started

Go to, then log in to your MS account. Next, type in the product key and download the application. Microsoft 365 is the most convenient method to acquire all Office software applications in a single subscription.

If you're having trouble logging in to, consider using one of your other Microsoft accounts, such as OneDrive, Xbox Live,, or Skype (if you've already subscribed to these products). First, download and run the Microsoft365 setup procedure, then follow the on-screen directions to install the apps.

Office 365 Programs Installation

As a subscriber, you can now install and set up the complete version of MS Office (Excel, Publisher, Word, One Note, Outlook, and so on) on your gadget. Of course, it depends on the package you bought. Follow these steps to install Office 365 on your device.


Log in to your account: "Install Office" is the option to choose.

On a personal computer, select the "Save File," "Run," or "Setup" option, depending on your web browser.

Open Finder, then go to your "Downloads" folder and double-click MS 2016 Installer.pkg if you're using a Mac.

After you've logged in, go through the procedures that correspond to the type of MS account you used.

Select the "Install Office" option from the home page. Alternatively, visit (if you want to change your start page.)

Unless MS Office recognizes that you've already installed a 32-bit Office version (or a stand-alone MS Office software like Visio or Project), the 64-bit version is allowed to install by default.

To go from the 64-bit to 32-bit version of MS Office (or vice versa), you must first uninstall the current Office completely.

When you see the statement "You're all set! Office is installed now," your installation is complete. Then, an animation will appear, showing you where you'll go to find MS Office apps on your Mac or PC.

Follow the prompts in the box, such as clicking Start > All Apps if you want to know where your applications are located, and then click "Close."

Open any Office app, for example, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, or Outlook, to get started immediately. The Office is generally activated when you launch a program and accept the License agreement—click the "Accept" option.

Can I Sign in to Multiple Devices After Setting Up Microsoft 365?

With Microsoft 365, users can install Office on multiple devices and then sign in to Office on up to 5 devices at the same time. Essentially, this includes any combination of smartphones, tablets, Macs, and PCs. Your Office will remain activated until you sign out. While you can view and print your files, you need to log in to edit or create files when using Office Business. With Office Home, everyone who wants to use Office on their device needs to have an account connected to Microsoft 365. Ideally, this can be any accounts sharing a Microsoft 365 Family subscription or the account that subscribed to Microsoft 365.


For everything you need to do with MS 365, visit and log in using your user account. This cloud-based service has offered standard versions of OneNote, Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, Publisher, PowerPoint, and more since its introduction in 2001. It is, nonetheless, a paid subscription product. Therefore, extra services may be available depending on your package. What's more? Some are designed for individual usage, while others are designed for multi-person use in schools, homes, or large corporations.