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I'm an Office 365 subscriber under Windows 10 home and I'm wondering if Office 2016 will install automatically?
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Old 09-24-2015, 12:53 PM
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MS on its site says that, no, it won't automatically install.
There should be a banner that appears whenever you open an Office app...and you can ignore or install...but you will continue to be reminded.
They want you to install because they won't be updating Office 2013 any more
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