Office 365 on the web
I need to do a PowerPoint project and need office. I discovered office
Education today, allowing college students to get Office for free as
long as they have a valid email address.
Unfortunately, and I'm not sure if this is universal or just with my
school, but I apparently "do not have a valid license for installing
office" and to contact my school etc.
The web version of PowerPoint doesn't seem all that bad. I saved a
default presentation as a test and all is well, but I wonder if
there's a way for me to download it? I can only share an online link
and I need to upload the file to Blackboard.
In any case, I try to add a slide title and I can press F2 to leave
the edit box, but browse mode or NVDA's equivilent to forms mode is
odd and I can't press enter and/or NVDA Space in this edit area to
edit the title.
I know installing the apps are the best option, but if I can't do
that, is there a screen reader guide to use the web version of these
Brian's Mail list account <bglists@...>
I did not even know there was a web version. Have you tried several browsers in case its browser sensitive?toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
As for saving it, I doubt if its possible if its a free product, they probably want you to buy it!
I'm not sure what Microsoft offer where you are you could try their accessibility help desk I suppose or even, shock horror using Narrator on the troublesome field.
Sent via blueyonder.
Please address personal E-mail to:-
email@example.com, putting 'Brian Gaff'
in the display name field.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joshua Tubbs" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2019 12:28 PM
Subject: [nvda] Office 365 on the web
I do not know of any tutorials with regard to NVDA and web-based Office. Given the fluidity, or potential fluidity, of the web based version I would be disinclined to use it if I had any other choice. With the advent of the recycled license marketplace, most active on eBay but also plenty active elsewhere, it is a simple matter to get a legitimate recycled license for Office 2016 Pro Plus (or pretty much any edition, but that's "top of the line") for under $10. I've now installed on 6 machines using recycled licenses, and had trouble twice, once being issued a second key and once a refund.
Three examples currently available (and there always seem to be plenty offered in the under $10 range):
Microsoft Office Pro Plus 2016-Full Version 32/64bit-All Languages key
genuine Office Pro Plus 2016-Full Version 32/64bit-All Languages-Activation key
Office Pro Plus 2016-Full Retail Version 32/64bit - Activation key.
If you plan on using any of the programs that are part of the Office suite heavily during your academic career I'd either purchase a recycled license or see if your school has an agreement for licensing for students and faculty through Microsoft at a reduced cost.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1809, Build 17763
Growth for the sake of growth is the ideology of the cancer cell.
~ Edward Abbey
Office 16 Pro plus is top of the line? I'm a bit surprised to hear that, having just ordered Office 2019 Pro on amazon for around $25, under what is likely a similar arrangement.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
On Wed, 24 Apr 2019, Brian Vogel wrote:
[.] With the advent of the recycled license marketplace, most active on eBay but also plenty active