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    <br>You can use Microsoft Office apps for free. <br>
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    The new year is almost here, and it’s likely you’ll need access to a Microsoft Word document, a PowerPoint presentation or the product of another basic tool from at least once in 2022 — for either work, school or personal use. Although the software may seem like a necessity, its high price makes some people run the other way. If you don’t want to spend your money on , don’t stress. There are a few ways to get the service for free.<br>Microsoft’s suite of productivity software consists of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, 챕터원 Outlook, Microsoft Teams, OneDrive and SharePoint. The collection  between $70 and $100 every year for subscription access across devices and family members (as Microsoft 365). Microsoft also released a new stand-alone version of , called Office Home and Student 2021 — for a flat price, no subscription required — on Oct. 5, the same day began its rollout.<br>p>p>Here are the versions of Office 365, Microsoft 365 and their apps that you can find online for free right now.  <br>p>

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    How to get Microsoft Office 365 free if you’re a student or a teacherp>If you’re a with an active school email address, you’re likely eligible to get access to Office 365 for free through Microsoft, with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Microsoft Teams and additional classroom tools.  p>All you have to do is enter your school email address on this page on Microsoft’s website: . In many cases, 챕터원 you’ll be instantly granted access thanks to an automated verification process. If you attend an institution that needs to be verified, it might take up to a month to confirm your eligibility. <br>>Recent graduates who want to stick with Office 365 can also get , with a valid school email address.  <br>

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    How to get Microsoft Office suite free if you’re anyone else>Anyone can get a of Microsoft 365 to try it out. However, it does require you to enter a  number, and if you don’t cancel before the month is up, you’ll be charged $100 for a one-year subscription to Microsoft 365 Family (formerly called Office 365 Home).  <br>>The good news is if you don’t need the full suite of Microsoft 365 tools, you can access a number of its apps online for free — including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive, Outlook, Calendar and Skype. Here’s how to get them: <br>>1. Go to .<br>>2. Log in to your Microsoft account or create one for free. If you already have a Windows, Skype or Xbox Live login, you have an active Microsoft account.<br>>3. Select the app you want to use, and save your work in the cloud with OneDr<br>>Use the browser-based version of the Microsoft Word app for f<br>
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    So what’s the catch for the free version?>You may be saying, wait a minute — if I can get all of those apps for free, why pay for Microsoft 365 in the first place? The reason is that the functionality of these apps is limited: They only run in your web browser, and you can only use them when you’re online. They also have fewer features than the full Microsoft 365 versions.  <br>>There are still a number of benefits, however, including the ability to share links to your work and collaborate in real time, similar to what G Suite tools allow. If you’re looking for basic versions of each of these apps, the free version should work well for you.  <br>>For more, 챕터원 check out , what you need to know about  and . You can also take a look at CNET’s list of >.

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