The Best ways to manage to share your Microsoft Office subscription

If you have purchased Microsoft Office subscription for multiple devices then managing all those devices is necessary for the smoothing functioning of this productivity software. Now managing includes sharing the subscription with more devices, stop some devices to access the Office subscription you have purchased from office.com/setup and more. Let’s read about it in detail:

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Managing Office

After Office setup download, installation, and activation, you can easily manage it on all the devices. For this, log in to your Microsoft Office account at office.com/myaccountand open the Sharing page. Here, you will see Other People section; under this section, you can check and manage the users you have shared your Office subscription with.

This feature is usually required when you have purchased your Office subscription for five users and have already added five to it and now want to add one more. To accomplish this purpose, you have to stop sharing it with one of the previously added person and then add the new one.

Please note that the user you remove from the subscription will no longer be able to use any of the benefits of the Microsoft Office you have downloaded from www.office.com/setup. However, they can still access and print their MS Office documents, presentations, and spreadsheets with view-only access.

How to manage invitations share Office?

Access the same Sharing page in your Microsoft account and go to the Other People section. Here, you will be able to view the status of an invitation. Additionally, you can also resend or delete the same. If you have sent an invitation and the receiver has not received the same then contact the Microsoft Office customer support team.

To sign out your Office subscription from one of the added devices, you have to open any web browser, log in to your Office account, and then deactivate the Office. If you fail to log out from your Office subscription, then reach out to an expert by dialing the Microsoft Office toll-free number. A technician will gladly assist you with the accurate solution.

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