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You can manage all of your Microsoft subscriptions in your Microsoft account dashboard. Select each subscription to change when and how you pay, or to see order history & receipts.

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Note: Some products purchased through an employee Microsoft Workplace Discount Program (formerly known as Home Use Program) benefit or volume license versions (managed by an organization's IT department) might not require an account. The information below doesn't apply to these Office versions or Microsoft 365 subscriptions.

On the Microsoft account dashboard, select Services & subscriptions to view all Microsoft products associated with this account. 

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  • For non-subscription versions of Office:
    Find your Office product and select Install. Follow the prompts to install or reinstall the desktop apps.

  • For Microsoft 365 Family or Personal subscriptions:
    Select Install premium Microsoft 365 apps and follow the prompts to install or reinstall the desktop apps.

    On the Microsoft 365 subscription tab, select Manage. From here you can:

    • Renew your subscription with a prepaid code or card. Learn more.

    • Cancel a subscription. Learn more.

    • Turn recurring billing on or off. Learn more.

    • For Microsoft 365 Family subscriptions, you can start sharing your subscription, and add or remove people you're already sharing with. If you're not the subscription owner, you can see who's sharing Microsoft 365 with you, or choose to leave the subscription. Learn more.

Sign in to to view your Microsoft 365 work or school account.

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  • Install and manage your apps. On the Office apps card, select Manage, and select Install to install or reinstall the latest desktop apps, or other apps such as Project or Visio. (An install option is available as long as your admin assigned you a license and gave you permission to self-install.)

  • Manage your devices.

  • View your subscriptions, and any other licenses assigned to you.


  • Not all options may be available to you. Your IT admin controls what you can see. 

  • If you're the Microsoft 365 admin in your organization, go to the Microsoft 365 Admin help center for more information about setting up users.

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