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Microsoft 365

The full suite of Microsoft applications like Outlook for email and Calendar, Word for creating documents, OneDrive for creating, storing and sharing documents, and Teams for chat and video, is available to all staff and students using a University or personal PC/laptop. 

Your managed University device will already have the full suite of apps installed, but you can also access online versions from https://office.com with your University email address and password should you wish.

If you would like to add Microsoft office to a personal PC or laptop, you can do this for up to 5 separate personal devices. Once logged into https://office.com with your University email, you will notice a tab at the top right of your window that says 'Install Office'. Select the first option 'Office 365 apps' and follow the on-screen steps to install and run.

Quick video to get you started:

What is Office 365 video

If using a tablet or mobile phone

You can access all of the Office 365 suite by installing the individual applications from your usual app store. 

Click through to the Office training website for more information about the full suite of apps https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/training

ACCESSIBILITY

MS 365 has a range of features available to inprove accessibility and a dedicated resource centre

 

Three simple steps to get you started with your Offce 365 account:

Signing in:

  1. Go to office.com and sign in using your University email address and password.

Create a file:

  1. Go to office.com and select Start new.

  2. Select the type of file you want to create.

Share files:

To share a file from an Office app like Word, Excel, or PowerPoint:

  1. Select Share Share on the ribbon.

  2. Enter a name or email address.

    Note: To change permissions, select the drop-down. Allow editing is checked by default. To change to view only, uncheck this box and select Apply.

  3. Select Send.

TIP! Files created in office.com and the Office Online apps automatically save to OneDrive, so you can share, collaborate, and get to your files from anywhere - on your computer, tablet, or phone. Try it.