A number of readers have suggested that Microsoft should give us an alternative solution for Windows 8 PCs.
The company has made a number of changes to the OS to make it easier for the average Windows user to install and use Microsoft Office 2013.
The main difference between Office 2013 and previous versions is that Office 2013 requires a subscription to Microsoft’s Office 365 service.
However, there are also other options out there that will install Office 2013 for free or with a subscription.
Here are a few tips to get you started with Office 2013:1.
Download Office 2013 directly from Microsoft’s website.2.
Follow the prompts for installing Office 2013, and make sure you choose Office 2013 as the only program in your list of applications.3.
If you are a Windows 10 user, be sure to select “All” in the list of programs you want to install.4.
Make sure you have selected the correct license for Office 2013 before you begin installing.5.
Once you have installed Office 2013 you can install it with a free subscription.
You’ll need to set up your computer to install Office and set up a domain name.
Here are some other ways to install Microsoft Office on Windows 8:1, Download and install Office on a new computer2, Install Office 20133, Set up Office for Windows 10 on a PC4, Open Office 20135, Use Microsoft Office to create a document that is sent to Microsoft for editing6, Install Microsoft Office for free7, Download a Microsoft Office Word file and save it on a USB stick.8, Create a Word document on the Desktop9, Install a Microsoft Word document using Microsoft Office or Adobe Acrobat on a computer using a USB device10, Use a computer to download Microsoft Office files from Microsoft.