Can you get Office for Mac without subscription?
No. Office 2019 is the one-time purchase, non-subscription product (also known as perpetual). A Microsoft 365 subscription provides always up-to-date versions of Office apps and access to additional premium features and services. The apps available in the Mac App Store are not compatible with Office 2019 licenses.
How do I enter a promo code on Microsoft store?
In Microsoft Store, select the See more menu (located next to the Search box on the upper right side of the page). Select Redeem a code. If you aren’t already signed in, sign in to the Microsoft account on which you want to redeem the code. Enter the 25-character code, and then select Redeem.
How do I use a discount code on Microsoft Store?
How do I buy Microsoft Office with promo code?
Select an offer, copy the promo code if one is provided, and follow the link to the Microsoft Office website where you can shop for your software subscription. When you’re ready to check out, you will need to log into or create a Microsoft account.
What version of macOS do I need to update to office?
Upgrading your operating system to macOS 10.14 or later will allow Office updates to be delivered for your apps. Note that new installs of Microsoft 365 for Mac or Office 2019 for Mac will also require macOS 10.14 or later. Learn more about the latest macOS releases. What if I don’t update macOS to a supported version?
How do I upgrade to the latest version of office?
If your current version of Office is a one-time purchase (non-subscription) version of Office such as Office Home & Student or Office Home & Business, to upgrade, you need to buy the latest version. You can choose to purchase a Microsoft 365 subscription or the newest one-time purchase version.
What is the latest version of office for Mac for 2021?
Upgrading your operating system to macOS 10.15 or later will allow Office updates to be delivered for your apps. Note that new installs of Office 2019 for Mac will also require macOS 10.15 or later. The October 2021 update (16.54) is the last build to support macOS 10.14 Mojave.