Less Support for Office ended on October 10, All of your Office apps will continue to function. However, you could expose yourself to serious and potentially harmful security risks. Upgrade to a newer version of Office so you can stay up to date with all the latest features, patches, and security updates. When you install Office , you'll be prompted to type or paste in the character Product Key that looks something like this: Although you aren't required to enter your Product Key at installation, we recommend you do so because it helps to verify that your software is legitimate. You can run your Office programs up to 25 times before you're required to enter a Product Key. After this grace period, if you haven't entered a valid Product Key, the software goes into Reduced Functionality mode and many features are unavailable.
May 31st, Business Intelligence While it's great to hold onto software as long as it works for your business, there comes a time where every tool reaches its end of life. We've recently discussed what the Windows 7 end of life means for your business, but it's not the only product that's about to expire. Microsoft Office will no longer be supported by Microsoft after October 10, This is ten years after its initial release in January of