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Microsoft Office

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The university has an enterprise agreement with Microsoft which allows the full Office ProPlus suite to be installed on university-owned machines across campus. Contact PPE IT support if you would like Microsoft Office installed on your desktop or laptop. Information about the university's Microsoft Office provision can be found on the IT Services web pages.
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The university has an enterprise agreement with Microsoft which allows the full Office ProPlus suite to be installed on university-owned machines across campus. Office can be downloaded here:

http://wiki.physics.gla.ac.uk/Downloads/MSOffice/

Office for Microsoft Windows will require to be activated after it is installed; please contact PPE IT support to have your copy of Office activated. If you travel frequently and are away from campus for extended periods of time, you should be able to maintain the activation status by connecting to the campus network using the university's VPN service. Your copy of Microsoft Office can be reactivated by PPE IT support should you receive notification that its activation has lapsed.

The OS X / macOS version of Office should not require activation.

Further information about the university's Microsoft Office provision can be found on the IT Services web pages.

 
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When Microsoft Office is installed in this manner on Windows machines, it must be able to contact the university's licence server regularly otherwise it will lose its activation status. If you travel frequently and are away from campus for extended periods of time, you should be able to maintain the activation status by connecting to the campus network using the university's VPN service. Your copy of Microsoft Office can be reactivated by PPE IT support should you receive notification that its activation has lapsed. This should not affect Office installations on Mac OS X machines, which for some peculiar reason are not required to contact the licence server.
 

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