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Install and use Microsoft Office on Surface
You can buy Office, activate Office (using an existing product key), or install a trial version on your Surface
Using OneNote on Surface
You can easily save your files to OneDrive on your Surface and get to them from any of your devices.
What's New and Improved in Office 2016
With Office 2016, you regularly get new and improved features. Take a look to see what's available to you today and come back later to find out what else has been added.
How do I upgrade to Office 2016 if I have an Office 365 subscription?
If you have an Office 365 Home, Personal, or University subscription, you can install the new Office 2016 version of the Office 365 software on your PC right now.
Office 2016 Quick Start Guides
We’ve created new versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote for your Windows PC. Download our free Quick Start Guides for an introduction to these apps.
Office 2013 Quick Start Guides
If you’re new to Office 2013, you can download any of our free Quick Start Guides. These printable guides contain useful tips, shortcuts, and screenshots to help you find your way around.
Office Touch Guide Office.com
Use gestures on your Surface touch screen to work in Office apps.
Need More Help with Office 2016?
Office 2016 is here! View commonly asked questions for new or existing Office 365 subscribers and those who just purchased the standalone version of Office 2016 for Windows.