With Office 365, you can install Office on all your devices and sign in to Office on five devices at the same time. This includes any combination of PCs, Macs, tablets, and phones.
Here's what you need to know
Here are some tips for using Office 365 on multiple devices:
Each person who uses Office on a device must have an account that's associated with Office 365. This can be the account that subscribes to Office 365, or any accounts that share an Office 365 Home subscription.
When you install Office on a device, you'll be prompted to sign in the first time you start an Office app.
Office remains activated as long as you're signed in. If you sign out, you'll be prompted to sign in again.
If you have more than five devices, Office will sign you out of devices automatically to stay within your sign-in limit. To use Office on a device where you've been signed out, just sign back in.
I signed in. Should I stay signed in?
We recommend staying signed in to Office. If you sign out, Office will prompt you periodically to sign in.
What happens if I sign out of Office?
You might lose some subscription features if you sign out. We recommend that you stay signed in to Office on the devices you use the most.
If I share Office 365 Home, how does signing in work?
You can share your Office 365 Home subscription with up to five other people. Each person on the subscription can install Office on all their devices and be signed in to five at the same time.
Can other people sign in to Office on my device?
If a person signs in to Office on your device without a subscription, Office will run in read-only mode. If you have Office 365 Home, you can share your subscription with five additional people. Each person can sign in to your device and use Office after you share your subscription with them.