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How do you install the trial version of Office 2013?

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To install the trial version of Office 2013, go to the TechNet Evaluation Center, sign in to your Microsoft account, register to obtain a download link and product key, and run the installation media after downloading it. The trial version allows users to evaluate and experiment with all the features and application components of the productivity suite, specifically the Office Professional Plus 2013 edition, for two months. The trial version is available in 32- and 64-bit variants.

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Before installing the trial version, check your computer to see if it meets the standard system requirements of Office 2013: 1-gigahertz processor, 1 gigabyte of RAM and 3 gigabytes of available disk space. The suite only supports Windows 7 and newer versions of the operating system. The downloaded file is not the installer itself but an IMG file that contains the installation media. In order to access and run the installer, burn the IMG file to a blank optical disc or mount it onto a virtual drive.

Trial testers may opt to receive emails with helpful information related to the software evaluation. In addition, the TechNet Evaluation Center offers several courses and community forums that help users learn more about Office 2013. The website also provides links to purchasing and licensing options for users who wish to convert their trial copy to the full retail version.

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