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How to install Microsoft Office on Windows Server?

The office is Microsoft’s one of the best selling products, including handy and commonly used tools such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, etc. The Office suite is a commercial product that requires a paid subscription. However, you can install and try their services with 30 days trial period. Let’s get started and learn How to install Microsoft Office on Windows Server?

Download Microsoft Office

To download office installer you need to first login into Office AccountSelect Install Office.

install office from microsoft homepage


Visit the following link and download the Office Installer,


download office img file from third party site

Install Microsoft Office

1. Navigate to Download Directory → Rightclick on office .img fileClick on Mount.

mount office img

2. Open Setup.exe.

open installer of office-exe

3. Next, the system will start the installation of Microsoft Office, and the completion of the installation depends on system performance.

microsoft office installation start

4. Congratulations! You have successfully installed Microsoft Office on Windows Server.

How to install Microsoft Office on Windows Server

5. Now, you can access all of the Office’s application (Excel, Word, etc.) from StartAll Apps.

microsoft office applications

Microsoft Office Alternatives

All the free alternatives mentioned below are available on the internet. We are not affiliated or partnered with any of the brands. Also, we have shared information related to repacking versions of windows softwares just for educational purposes only, and we don’t encourage anyone to use it for commercial/enterprise purposes.

Also, we found various repack versions of the Microsoft office on the internet. You can use those for just educational purposes only, and we don’t recommend using them for commercial/enterprise purposes.

Updated on February 4, 2022

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