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Step 1: Go to the MS office website

 

  1. You can reach this by clicking on the Office 365 link on RMIT student software page:
    https://www.rmit.edu.au/students/support-and-facilities/it-services-for-students

    Alternatively, you can go directly to this URL in browser:https://products.office.com/en-AU/student/office-in-education

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  2. Click the Get started for free button to start registration.

 

Step 2: Registration

 

  1. In the registration page, enter your student email address

  2. Click Sign up

 

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  3. Check your Gmail for Finish signing up for Office 365 registration email

  4. Open the email

  5. Click the Yes that's me button to finish the verification.

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  6. This opens a complete your user details page

  7. Enter your details

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Click Start.

 

Step 3: Browse through the apps you have on demand.

 

  1. This opens a new page where you can view all available software

  2. Click Install now to install the apps you want.

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Comments
Senior Member

Is this offer available to staff as well?

Frequent Contributor

 Hi @Stepheng

 

Yes this is available to staff and students of RMIT.

 

There are some other offers here:

 

https://community.its.rmit.edu.au/t5/IT-Knowledge-Base/Free-to-use-software-for-education/ba-p/216

New Visitor

I just downloaded this office application to my mac but I can't use them.. They required me to sign in but I can't sign in with the student e-mail address and password of RMIT account. I also tried to sign in with the password which I put first when I created the office account. Do you have some idea why I can't sign in?

New Contributor
Will we also be moving our email out of Google? I don't think it's a great that when students email staff about personal matters, this information gets absorbed into Google.
Occasional Visitor

Can I install Office 365 on my work desktop in the Uni? At present I am stuck with Office 2010

New Visitor

handy! so so handy!

Occasional Visitor

hello

 

Microsoft didn't send verification code back to my email.

How can I fix it?

 

 

New Visitor

i recently forgot my passwords but the Microsoft site does not allow me to reset it myself, saying my organisation (RMIT) has not defined a password reset policy. I contacted the IT Department about this, but they told me they didn't know how to solve this for me. Does anyone else have the same issue?

New Visitor

 @Kate You can try to change your microsoft account by : setting-account-change microsoft account instead. If you have already sign in with an microsoft account, you may need to disconect it by: account management-remove your current device-follow the following instruction, and then,reset your computer and sign in with new microsoft account ( which is your student email)

New Visitor

I recently downloaded this Microsoft and signed in with my rmit account, but it told me that  I can just view the documents. It doesn't allow editing on a mac. please help me handle this problem.