Found 9th Dec 2015
If you use Office 2013 or 2016 at work and your email address is shown at the top - your company probably subscribes to Office 365.

You can download office on upto 5 different devices of each type - ie 5 MAC Os, 5 Windows.

Simply go to the link and sign in with your work email address and password and there will be an install apps option.

Obviously only lasts as long as you work for that company.

EDIT: Direct link - login.microsoftonline.com
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This is not true. It depends on your company's subscription model. Mine for example only has a one device policy. Voted Cold
This is misleading, a visible company doesn't necessarily indicate this entitlement.
It all depends on the company software subscription with Microsoft.

There are many subscription types, additionally it also depends if your company has subscribed to software assurance which provides additional licencing benefits, one of which is the said Home Use Program which I believe you are referring to
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It is highly recommended you speak to your IT Department about this to avoid going round in circles trying to download something you are not entitled to.

More information about Microsoft Home Use Program can be found here:
microsofthup.com/hup…-GB

and here
Software Assurance Home Use Program
microsoft.com/en-…spx


Edited by: "antdav" 9th Dec 2015
Nothing to do with Home Use Program.

Unless your company subscribes to a web only Office 365 subscription, the default entitlement is that Office applications can be installed on upto 5 of each device type.

See the (!) on the table towards the bottom next to "Full Office Desktop" - products.office.com/en-…ss

Sure, your IT dept may restrict this but as default you can login and install. If you arent entitled to install, you wont be able to login to the portal and click install.
Edited by: "awjh" 9th Dec 2015
skuk21

This is not true. It depends on your company's subscription model. Mine … This is not true. It depends on your company's subscription model. Mine for example only has a one device policy. Voted Cold



There isnt a one device policy as default. If its one device only, then your IT dept must have restricted this.

products.office.com/en-…ans
awjh

There isnt a one device policy as default. If its one device only, then … There isnt a one device policy as default. If its one device only, then your IT dept must have restricted this. https://products.office.com/en-gb/business/compare-office-365-for-business-plans



Exactly my point, which is why I voted cold!
Cold misleading title suggests free for everyone when in fact only a minority are likely to qualify....
skuk21

This is not true. It depends on your company's subscription model. Mine … This is not true. It depends on your company's subscription model. Mine for example only has a one device policy. Voted Cold


can you please tell me will it get disabled if i leave the company? my company has 3 device policy but i am contractor here... your help will be appreciated
jain236

can you please tell me will it get disabled if i leave the company? my … can you please tell me will it get disabled if i leave the company? my company has 3 device policy but i am contractor here... your help will be appreciated



Yes they pay for your license so 'should' revoke the license when you leave. Then your version would become a trial version.
jain236

can you please tell me will it get disabled if i leave the company? my … can you please tell me will it get disabled if i leave the company? my company has 3 device policy but i am contractor here... your help will be appreciated


most likely yes as your account will be disabled when you leave the company
This also depends on your IT Department /Company as the 365 Password may be different from what the password is for you computer. If company policy is to not give the end user the Office 365 password then you wont be able to install the software. that is assuming that the package that the end user is on gives Office 2013/2016
jain236

can you please tell me will it get disabled if i leave the company? my … can you please tell me will it get disabled if i leave the company? my company has 3 device policy but i am contractor here... your help will be appreciated


As a contractor you aren't an employee of the company, and so aren't generally entitled to company benefits.
skuk21

This is not true. It depends on your company's subscription model. Mine … This is not true. It depends on your company's subscription model. Mine for example only has a one device policy. Voted Cold


yes, vote the deal cold because the company you work for are tightwads, why not.
We only get a single device licence and have to pay £10 for that. Used to get 5 devices but that was years ago.
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