Microsoft Office Setup is what Windows first comes with. It’s basically the instructions you need to follow to get your new program up and running. As useful as this program is, it does have a few quirks that make using it harder than it really should be. Fortunately, there are a few simple steps you can take to make everything go smoothly.
One of the biggest problems I’ve seen with Microsoft Office setups is that many people either use a trial version of the program or don’t even realize they have a trial. You should always buy the program, even if you’re trying out one or two versions. If you don’t, it will only confuse you when trying to use the program. Once you’ve gotten over the setup stage and actually start using the program, there are only a few problems left.
If you have any other programs like Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your machine, you’ll have to uninstall them before you can install Microsoft Office. There are specific programs, you have to uninstall in order to complete the setup. After you’ve done all that, it’s just a matter of connecting the Word application to your network and getting started with your document creation and organization tasks. The whole process might seem a little overwhelming at first, but after doing it a few times, you’ll realize how easy it is. Just remember, one good thing about Microsoft Office Setup is that it includes a help function that can walk you through the whole process.
Find out- office.com/setup