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people at my university have said that there is a way to get Microsoft office for free if you sing up with a student email (.edu). i was wondering if anyone knew about it

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I have MS Office 365 provided by the school. Look it up at the uni website :)

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2 minutes ago, CaptPYRO42 said:

people at my university have said that there is a way to get Microsoft office for free if you sing up with a student email (.edu). i was wondering if anyone knew about it

Check with your university IT dept. They will set you on the right path

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7 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

well, that works differently everywhere. you should ask your school, not us

they were saying it was a thing through microsoft

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Just now, CaptPYRO42 said:

they were saying it was a thing through microsoft

ah okay. i have something like that too. i log in with a email:

code@domain from school.nl

and set a password with it. maybe it works like that?

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3 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

ah okay. i have something like that too. i log in with a email:

code@domain from school.nl

and set a password with it. maybe it works like that?

idk the next time i would be able to see our it department is in a few hours. ill check then 

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2 minutes ago, CaptPYRO42 said:

idk the next time i would be able to see our it department is in a few hours. ill check then 

good idea. they probably know it better in this case...

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Just now, LukeSavenije said:

good idea. they probably know it better in this case...

ok thanks for all the help

 

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One way is to go to https://portal.office.com and log in with your university account, if you have one. 2-3 universities that I have worked with are doing that.

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2 minutes ago, jj9987 said:

One way is to go to https://portal.office.com and log in with your university account, if you have one. 2-3 universities that I have worked with are doing that.

oh ok

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Your school should have guide on how to connect your student account to system, agree on terms and so on. After that you can login to Office 365 and download desktop versions of software you school has signed for.

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