Apple added new security in El Capitan (10.11.0) called System Integrity Protection (SIP). Adding to SIP, further changes to the Keychain Access.app in El Capitan 10.11.1 has resulted in problems selecting “Allow” or “Always Allow” for some users when trying to activate Office. The problem did not exist in previous versions of OS X. More info on SIP
Note: A recent Apple’s security update for Yosemite and Mavericks included the security fix that resulted in . . .
Continue Reading: Click “Allow” or “Always Allow” to activate Office fails in El Capitan
Microsoft released native iPad apps for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.joining the existing iOS apps OneNote, Lync, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, and an OWA app for Exchange-based email.
While these apps are free, they do require a subscription to activate. Otherwise they are read only.
With the free apps, you can read Word documents, use Excel data and present with PowerPoint. With an Office 365 subscription, you can edit and create new documents with the iPad. . . .
Continue Reading: Office for iPad – how to activate
Microsoft introduced Activation with Office 2011. Since Office 2011 was first released, Office365 subscription service was added. The retail copy of Office for Mac and the Office365 Subscription service use different activation processes. The number of installs also differs. The retail version will depend on what version you purchased (one or two computer install, or family pack that installs on 3 computers). more info. The Office365 Subscription service will install on 5 computers more info.
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Continue Reading: Microsoft Office Activation FAQs
It’s all in the numbers. What you need to know to activate, de-activate, register, reset, replace, install, update and upgrade past and current versions of Office for Mac.
Activate De-Activate Install Register Replace Reset Upgrade-Update
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Continue Reading: Office for Mac: Install, Activate and Register