What Are The Ways To Upgrade To Microsoft Office 2016 From Office 2013?

by Sarah Smith Technical Manager

Microsoft Office 2016 is a version of the Microsoft Office productivity suite, succeeding both Office 2013 and Office for Mac 2011. Microsoft Office 2016 is built in such a flexible way that you will have the same experience, whether you’re using it on your smartphone, tablet or desktop. This will help you to complete any task easily and it doesn’t matter whether you’re in the classroom, commuting or at home, you will be able to complete your work quickly and easily by following the fewer steps. You can easily share documents in Word, PowerPoint, and Excel with the new Share button in the Ribbon and in case of any issue with the software one can avail an online support from Microsoft office support for MAC services.

Also user can easily view who has the access to the particular document and who is currently working on the document also one can change the access permissions for any document you own. Another wonderful thing with Microsoft Office 2016 is that OneNote, shared notebooks lets you collect any information, including photos, videos, drawings, etc., at one central location and sync updates with others. Also you can do this by generating a link under the Share menu of your notebook so that others can view or edit it easily.

Now those MS Office 2013 users who are looking to upgrade to MS Office 2016 can avail an online support from Microsoft office customer service number. If you current version is Office 2013 through an Office 365 subscription purchased prior to Office 2016's release, you can update to Office 2016 for free; otherwise, you can purchase either an Office 365 subscription or a permanent version of Office 2016.  One can follow the below mentioned steps to move on to Microsoft Office 2016. These are as follows-

  • Your very first step is to go to the Microsoft Account page. And log into your account. If you're already signed in, move on to the fourth step.
  • Your second step is to enter your email address, and then click next.
  • Enter your password and click next.
  • Click Service & subscription tab in the blue bar near the top of the page. Your current version of Office will be listed here.
  • Now click Install Office option under Office 2016 is now available option.
  • Now click the Install option. This option is on the left side of the page. This will automatically download Office 2016 to your computer.
  • Now double tap on to the Office install file. You can search for it into your computer's default downloads folder.
  • Finally, wait for the installation process to get finished. Once the installation is complete, Microsoft Office should 2013 will be updated to the latest 2016 version.  

These were some of the simple steps one can follow to upgrade to 2016 version of MS Office. Those users who might face issue to fulfill the task can avail help from Microsoft office support for MAC services. These are the online support services working round the clock to offer help and support to the US customers.

These services are independently run by learned and experienced technicians. These technicians share the screen of the user’s system through the use of remote technology and offer right solutions to the users immediately. To avail these best support services users can give a toll-free call at Microsoft office customer service number. So don’t just wait pick up your cell phone and give a toll-free call at these services and avail best support within no time at your desk.


Summary: All the Microsoft Office 2013 users looking to upgrade to 2016 version can now avail online support from Microsoft Office support number 1-888-494-1155 services working 24/7 to offer help to the US customers through the use of remote technology.

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