Use Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010, a productivity suite of software for editing documents, creating spreadsheets, making computer slide shows, reading email and more, on your personally owned computer.
Note: This software can be downloaded multiple times and does not limit the number of downloads.
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The Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack gives older versions of Office the ability to open, edit, and save Office 2010 documents.
Running Windows Update prior to installing software ensures that your computer is up-to-date.
You must meet eligibility requirements and agree to the terms of the license agreement to download Office.
Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 includes:
If you are using a Macintosh computer running Boot Camp or
running Parallels or VMWare and your computer meets the
requirements, you can run Office 2010 on your Mac.
Your computer must meet the system requirements:
Office 2010 provides support for the 32-bit version of Office
2010 programs running on 64-bit operating systems by using WOW64, a
compatibility environment provided by the operating system that
allows a 32-bit application to run on a Windows 64-bit operating
system. Using the 32-bit version of Office 2010 allows you to
continue to use existing third-party add-ins for Office that are
The 64-bit version of Office 2010 is not compatible with any other 32-bit version of Office programs. As a result, you must first uninstall all 32-bit versions of Office programs before you install the 64-bit version of Office 2010.
You cannot purchase a copy of Office through UB.
This acceptance form is valid for the Microsoft software products you intend to download, which shall be referred to collectively herein as the “Software”. Software is made available to you because The State University of New York at Buffalo (UB) has purchased license coverage for the Software through its Microsoft Campus Subscription Enrollment effective October 1, 2010. UB is ordering the right for you to use the Software for Work-related purposes at home under its Microsoft Campus Subscription Enrollment. You are not licensed to use the Software at home for personal purposes. You do not own the license, rather you are authorized to use the Software pursuant to the terms and conditions of the licensing agreement. You will be required to remove the Software from your home machine immediately if UB decides to no longer participate, or earlier if your UB employment ends. Please note that non-knowledge workers such as maintenance, groundskeepers, cafeteria and mailroom, etc. are ineligible for Work at Home rights if they were not included in the Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) employee calculation for UB.
You will adhere to the following policies:
By clicking on the button below and proceeding with your download, you are acknowledging acceptance of the terms and conditions of the Microsoft Work at Home Agreement listed above.
IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THESE TERMS, YOU SHOULD NOT PROCEED WITH YOUR DOWNLOAD AND INSTALLATION.
Remove or Uninstall Office 2010 Trial before you download and install Office 2010. Installing over a trial or demo version causes problems and prompts you for a product key.
If you are prompted for a product key, uninstall the trial or demo version completely, and then install Office from UB.
Turn on Automatic Updates after you install Office to help keep your system secure and up-to-date.
See other ways to use this software.
Faculty, Staff and Students of SUNY schools other than UB are
not eligible to download Microsoft Office from UB. Please contact
your college or university's IT department for information on how
to obtain Microsoft Office.
We recommend that students stay consistent with the version of Office that their professors use. We do not recommend upgrading before the end of the semester.