How to Install Microsoft Office on Windows


To Install Microsoft Office on your computer, you need to purchase an office retail card or key from the nearest store,  or you can simply connect to official Microsoft website and buy it. After Purchasing the Key follow the following steps

  • Go online and open your browser.
  • All browsers will work. Recommended (Google Chrome).
  • Enter in your address bar and press Enter.
    This is what the website looks like
  • A page with two options will open (Sign in/Create a new Account).
  • If you already have a Microsoft account, simply sign in to your account.
  • If you do not have an account, create a new account.
  • You can also create your account with your existing email address.
  • Once you have done all this, you will see your account page where all your account information will be displayed.
  • In the section of your account you will see an area where you must enter your product key.
  • Enter your 25-digit product key in five boxes, each field can contain 5 digits and hit next.
  • Now, The installation option will appear on your screen. Click Install.
  • After clicking on the install button, an installation file called OfficeSetup.exe will be downloaded into your browser.
  • Once the file is downloaded, there will be two options (open and save).
  • Click on Open.
  • When Officesetup.exe is opened, office will start downloading the system files from the Microsoft server over the Internet.
  • The size of these files is approx. 1-2 GB.
  • The download time will depend on the speed of your Internet connection.
  • Once the download is complete, you will start installing Office on your computer.
  • Follow the instructions that are displayed in the application.
  • Click on each permit that you may request.
  • When everything goes smoothly, the Office settings will be completed and you will see Office products such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher, Outlook, OneNote, OneDrive Etc., open any of them.
  • Once you open the application, you will see the Activate button at the top of the workplace.
  • Click on the Activate button.
  • If you have already logged in, your product will be activated. otherwise, you must log in first.

Six signs that your office needs custom furniture

Have you ever noticed that office furniture tend to be quite consistent in design when you visit different offices throughout the city? Because the most common access solution is a large retail store with dozens of ready-to-use desks, chairs and tables, we found that there is not much variation in design from one place to another.

But what about your company? You are different? Why settle for “more of the same” if you can create custom furniture that suits your team’s needs? Here are six signs that you are ready to make the leap to the land of custom furniture.

1. Your team has unique needs

If you manage a team with more than five people, you will probably notice that each team member has unique needs. If you run an organization with more than one team, it is likely that each team has specific needs for its activities.

While vendors may prefer the smaller flexible desktops that are available as they come and go, customer service teams can favor convenience and privacy, and marketing teams may prefer environments in which they can easily communicate and work together. Customizing furniture to fit the unique needs of the people on your team is not only a way to show your employees that your comfort is important, but also allows greater productivity.

2. The brand is important

For some companies, the brand is everything. Google, for example, has built a solid reputation worldwide for having a quirky, world-class office with unique amenities.

Can you imagine a Coca-Cola corporate office that is not elegantly adorned with red, white and its iconic logo?

If you want to promote your brand identity in the market, it is important that you bring that brand home so your team can enjoy it and live it.

3. Your team is surpassing your space

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