Office 365 is a strong platform for productivity that enables you to achieve more from any device.
Depending on the Android device and the Office 365 app that you choose, your installation may vary (however they all require your UMBC email address to license). You can try these alternative instructions if you cannot install Office 365 apps on your Android device using the below instructions.
Follow the instructions:
- Search Microsoft Office 365 and in the Google Play Store.
- Select the Microsoft Office app you want from the search results (Microsoft Word, for example). This instruction shows how to install the Word, Excel and PowerPoint-inclusive Microsoft Office bundle.
- Press Install.
- Press Open when the install finishes.
- ALLOW Press (if you press DENY, Microsoft prevents you from using the app).
- Press Get Started.
- Press Next.
- Press dont send optional data.
- Press close.
- Press connect your account.
- Type the e-mail address in your UMBC and click Next.
- Register for myUMBC.
- You can now create and edit documents on your Android device and install the system completely.
Use the mobile app of Office:
Get your Android phone documents
Save your Office 365 documents online in places such as OneDrive for Business or SharePoint Team Sites is the best way to get them onto your iPhone. You can view it via the Office Mobile app on your Android phone.
- If your Office 365 documents are not already connected and you want to connect to OneDrive for Business or SharePoint libraries, just tap the Open directory.
- Tap Add a Place, tap office 365.
- Enter the username and password of your Office 365 and tap Sign-in.
By sending it as an email attachment, you can share documents.
- Tap and hold the document that you want to share from the document list.
- Tap icon Share.
- Tap the Email button.
- Type and tap Send in the New Message window.
Offline work :
If you are offline, you can continue working on your Office document. Be sure that you are connected to the Internet when you are ready to save any changes back to the server.
Author: Olivia Smith is a Microsoft Office expert and a full-time blogger with 5 years of experience in the technology industry. She has written technical blogs, white papers, and reviews for a variety of websites, including office.com/setup.