Office for home and Office for business plans

Before you install or reinstall Office or any single, standalone Office app, it might help to know if your product is part of an Office for home plan or an Office for business plan.

The section below shows what plan your Office 365 or one-time purchase of Office 2019, 2016, or 2013 product belongs to.

Office for home products usually require a Microsoft account. Office for business products are often associated with the work or school email account your Office 365 admin assigned to you.

Need to compare plans or get pricing details? If you haven't purchased an Office product yet or you'd like to compare what apps or services are included in the different products, see Office products.

Tip: If you're a business owner or the person responsible for managing Office in your organization and want more information about setting up Office 365 for business, see Set up Office 365 for business.

Office plans

Use the list below to verify which plan your Office product is under.

Note: If you have Office Professional Plus through your company's subscription to the Microsoft HUP benefit, see Office through HUP.

Office for home

Tip: Not sure which product you have? Find the name of your product by signing in to the account portal with the Microsoft account you associated with Office.

Office 365 for home subscriptions: These include desktop versions of Office apps which you can install. See what apps are included.

Office 365 Home
Office 365 Personal
Office 365 University

Office 2019, Office 2016, or Office 2013 versions available as a one-time purchase: The following products include desktop versions of Office apps which you can install. See what apps are included

Office Home & Student
Office Home & Business
Office Professional

Stand-alone Office 2019, 2016, or 2013 apps available as one-time purchases

Word
Excel
PowerPoint
OneNote*
Outlook
Access
Publisher
Project
Visio

Tip: *The desktop version of OneNote is only available 2016 and 2013 versions. Beginning with the release of Office 2019, OneNote for Windows 10 is the default OneNote experience for Office 365 and Office 2019 customers. See the FAQ.

Office for business

Tip: Not sure what subscription or product you have? See What Office 365 business product or license do I have? These products are usually associated with a work or school account.

Office 365 for business subscriptions: These include the fully installed Office applications. See what Office apps are included.

Office 365 Business
Office 365 Business Premium
Office 365 ProPlus

Office 365 A5

Office 365 ProPlus
Office 365 Enterprise E3
Office 365 Enterprise E4
Office 365 Enterprise E5

Office 365 Nonprofit Business Premium
Office 365 Nonprofit E3
Office 365 Nonprofit E5

Office 365 U.S. Government E3
Office 365 U.S. Government E4

Project Online Professional
Project Online Premium

Visio Online Plan 2

Subscriptions without fully installed Office applications:

Note: With these Office 365 subscriptions, you don't have anything to install, but you can access and use online versions of Office in your Web browser. Learn how to Get started with Office Online in Office 365.

Office 365 Business Essentials
Office 365 Enterprise E1
Office 365 Education
Office 365 Nonprofit Business Essentials
Office 365 Nonprofit E1
Office 365 U.S. Government E1
Project Online Essentials
Visio Online Plan 1

Tip: If you're interested in switching or adding a plan that includes the desktop version of Office, see Switch to a different Office 365 for business plan or Buy another Office 365 for business subscription.

Volume license versions of Office 2019, Office 2016, or Office 2013

Office Professional Plus*

Tip: If you're an admin and have Office Professional Plus through volume licensing, see Activate volume editions of Office.

* If you have Office Professional Plus through your company's subscription to the Microsoft HUP benefit, see Office through HUP.

Ready to install Office?

If you're ready to install Office, select your version from below and then follow the steps for home or business plans.

Install or reinstall Office on your PC or Mac

Install or reinstall Office 2016 or Office 2013 on a PC

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