Microsoft Office

Type of software:

  • Database
  • Presentation
  • Spreadsheets
  • Word Processing

Operating system:

  • Windows
  • Macintosh OSX

Available to:

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Price:

  • Free
  • Discounted

Microsoft Office is a suite of common Microsoft productivity applications, including Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint.  Some suites also include Access, OneNote, and Publisher. 


Manufacturer:

Microsoft Corporation - http://www.microsoft.com/


How to get software:

Students

Microsoft Office is available for use in selected student computer labs (see list below).

Faculty/Staff

Microsoft Office is available for free for UNLV barcoded computers. The latest versions supported by oit are:

  • Office 2013 for Windows
  • Office 2016 for Mac

Office 2016 for Windows will be available beginning July 1, 2016.

To request a license, please visit: https://oit.unlv.edu/software-and-computers/software-request

Personal Use

Faculty, Staff, and Students can acquire a free home-use license of Microsoft Office through the Office365 program. Office365 is free for all active UNLV employees and students.

For more information, please visit: https://oit.unlv.edu/software/microsoft-office-365


Support & Training:

Supported by:

  • IT Help Desk
  • Student Help Desk

Type of support provided:

  • Help with use
  • Installation
  • Training
  • Purchasing Assistance

Training options:

Students

The Help Desk provides general support. Check current UNLV and Educational Outreach course catalogs to find courses utilizing this software.

Microsoft also offers free eBooks for some of their more popular programs. To access/download any of these eBooks, please visit MSDN Blogs.

Faculty/Staff

OIT offers scheduled MS Office workshops each semester.  Check the schedule online and in the HR Professional Development Catalog.

Educational Outreach also offers various Office classes throughout the year.

Microsoft also offers free eBooks for some of their more popular programs. To access/download any of these eBooks, please visit MSDN Blogs.


Required account:


Available in these computer labs: