Choose Save to update the contact. Within Outlook Customer Manager, you can mark any contact as a business contact. Then, when you're viewing your contacts, you can choose to see only business contacts. Any contact that you add to a company or a deal is automatically marked as a business contact. Select a contact from the list and then choose View Details. Scroll down and move the Business contact slider to the right yes , then choose Save. Companies You can link multiple contacts to one company.
Companies, contacts, and deals can each have their own activities. Enter the company name and website optional , and then choose Create. Choose Details to fill in information such as the company's business address, phone number, email address, and any notes that apply to the entire company, and then choose Save. Deals You can use deals to manage transactions or opportunities with your contacts. Deals can have start and end dates, goals, and activities of their own.
Enter the deal name, choose a company, and one or more contacts optional , and then choose Create. Choose View details to fill in information such as the deal amount, priority, close date, and stage. When you're done, choose Save. Creating companies and contacts from other Outlook Customer Manager items When you add a new Outlook Customer Manager item, you can always specify a company or contact to associate with that item.
For example, if you add Tony Smith as a contact, you can choose an existing company, Contoso, or you can enter a new company name, Fourth Coffee. If Outlook Customer Manager can't find an existing company, you'll be prompted to create a new company.
When you create a new deal, you can choose an existing company or existing contacts, or create new ones right from the deal. In this case, the bit version of Office will be installed instead. To change from a bit version to a bit version or vice versa, you need to uninstall Office first including any stand-alone Office apps you have such as Project of Visio. Once the uninstall is complete, sign in again to www. See Install Visio or Install Project if you need to reinstall those stand-alone apps.
This completes the download of Office to your device. To complete the installation, follow the prompts in the "Install Office" section below. Don't see an install option after signing in? There could be an issue with your account. Select Need help?
If you see the User Account Control prompt that says, Do you want to allow this app to make changes to your device? The install begins.
Your install is finished when you see the phrase, "You're all set! Office is installed now" and an animation plays to show you where to find Office applications on your computer. Select Close. Installation or sign in issues? If you're having an installation issue such as Office taking long to install, try Need help?
Activate Office To open an Office app, select the Start button lower-left corner of your screen and type the name of an Office app, like Word. If you have Windows 8. Can't find your Office apps? To open the Office app, select its icon in the search results. When the Office app opens, accept the license agreement. Office is activated and ready to use. The Activation Wizard appears if Office has trouble activating.
Complete the steps in the wizard to finish activating Office. Sign in and install Office Go to www. If you bought Office for personal use through your company's Microsoft HUP benefit, you may not be able to sign in here. You signed in with a Microsoft account From the Office home page select Install Office to start the download. You signed in with a work or school account From the Office home page select Install Office apps if you set a different start page, go to aka.
Select Office apps to begin the download. Follow the instructions below to complete installing your Office apps. Install Office Once the download has completed, open Finder, go to Downloads, and double-click Microsoft Office installer. If you see an error that says the Microsoft Office installer. On the first installation screen, select Continue to begin the installation process. Review the software license agreement, and then click Continue.
Select Agree to agree to the terms of the software license agreement. Choose how you want to install Office and click Continue. Review the disk space requirements or change your install location, and then click Install. If you want to only install specific Office apps and not the entire suite, click the Customize button and uncheck the programs you don't want. Enter your Mac login password, if prompted, and then click Install Software.
This is the password that you use to log in to your Mac. The software begins to install. Click Close when the installation is finished. If Office installation fails, see What to try if you can't install or activate Office for Mac.
How to get Microsoft Office for free Tired of paying? The good news is that future versions of the software will probably be the same price. The bad news is it can be costly for consumers. Use the free web and mobile apps Microsoft has been gradually expanding the number of apps you can use online for free, and now offers an impressive suite that can easily merge with downloaded apps, if necessary, and has plenty of functionality for the average project. So, if this is all here and available for free, why does the rest of this article exist?