In this post, we’re going to walk through installing a Microsoft Office Suite on your Windows 10 PC using the Windows 10 Creators Update.
If you’re using the Creators update for the first time, you’ll be asked for a Microsoft Account password and you can skip the steps in this post.
If this is your first time installing a new Microsoft Office suite, you can get a copy of the suite here.
If the suite doesn’t appear on your desktop, click the Settings button in the upper right-hand corner and then click Search.
From there, scroll down and you should see a Microsoft Software Center.
If not, click Search again and you’ll see a list of available software.
On that list, click Software Center to install the suite.
You’ll be prompted for your Microsoft Account Password when the installation starts.
Click it, and you’re done!
Now, let’s walk through how to install a Microsoft Suite on a desktop computer.
Start a new document or document editor When you install a new Office Suite, the first thing you should do is create a new Word document or a new PowerPoint presentation.
To do this, open the Microsoft Office Software Center and then select the Microsoft Word or PowerPoint applet from the list.
The software will open the document or presentation and you will be prompted to create it from a folder.
Next, click File to open the file you want to create.
On the File menu, click Create new file.
From the File dialog box, choose File as the name of the new file, then click OK.
Once you’ve clicked OK, you’re presented with a dialog box that looks like this: If you click the OK button, you should be prompted with a list called Folders to choose from: Select all the files you want from this folder.
If all of the folders in the Folders dialog box are selected, you will now see a new folder named “Office Suite.”
Next, open that folder and create a file named “Microsoft Office Suite.”
On the new Word or Excel document or PowerPoint presentation, you have the option to show the document in a custom layout or to use the default Windows font, but you don’t have to do either.
You can see the document’s layout in the Office Suite window that opens.
Next to the document, click Add to open an Add to Office window that contains a list containing a number of the following options: Title: Title the document.
This is the name you want your document to appear in.
You should select a name you like.
Font: Select a font for the document to be displayed in.
When you click OK, the document will be displayed as a new, custom document.
The default font will be used, and if you have an alternative font, you need to choose it from the fonts list.
If none of the fonts are selected for your document, you may need to click Add a font.
If your document is too small, it may take a while for the font to appear on the document page.
You may be able to resize it by right-clicking the document and selecting “Resize to fit page size.”
You may also want to choose “Scale to fit” from the options menu, and then “Scale with…” from the font options menu.
In the Add to PowerPoint dialog box to the right of the text box, you also have the following choices: Display the document with a custom ribbon, which is useful if you’re editing it from within Word or the other Microsoft Office applications.
The ribbon should be displayed by default.
Show the ribbon in a tabbed fashion.
If no ribbon is displayed, you must add it using the Ribbon ribbon settings.
This option also shows the ribbon if you click it in a Word document.
On a PowerPoint presentation or document, the Ribbon is displayed in a grid format that you can change.
You do this by clicking the Ribbon settings.
In addition to the ribbon settings, you now have the options “Change the ribbon color,” “Change ribbon position,” “Reset ribbon position.”
If you have two or more ribbon settings set, they must be in the same row, column, or list.
For example, you might want to change the ribbon position to a fixed width or to move the ribbon from one side of the document (left) to the other side (right).
In either case, you still need to use a keyboard shortcut to select the ribbon.
When the ribbon is changed, it will be automatically applied.
For more information, see the ribbon ribbon settings in the Ribbon dialog box.
Next up is to open a new word document or slide show.
To open a Word or a PowerPoint document, open its menu from the ribbon menu and then choose New.
In this window, you could choose to start the document by clicking on the Title button to open it in the ribbon, or you could start it by selecting a ribbon icon in the toolbar.
If both are selected and you want a new ribbon to open, you just need