Download Microsoft Office 2010 Trial
Microsoft Office 2010 has been released by Microsoft. The popular Office suite is available in three different editions in retail shops: Office Home and Business 2010, Office Home and Student 2010 and Office Professional 2010.
Office Home and Student 2010 is the basic Office edition retailing for $149.99. It includes the core Office modules Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote.
Next in line is Office Home and Business 2010 which retails for $279.95. It includes Microsoft Outlook on top of the modules offered in the basic edition.
Top of the line product Office 2010 Professional retails for $499.95. It is the only retail Office edition that includes Access 2010 and Publisher 2010.
Some customers, especially those that have not participated in the Office 2010 Beta might want to download trial versions of Microsoft Office 2010 before deciding whether to buy the new version or not.
Trial downloads are available for all three retail Office 2010 editions. Office 2010 can either be downloaded directly from Microsoft after logging in with a Windows Live account. The Office 2010 product key that is generated after logging in will activate the software for 60 days.
Below are the direct download links for all Office 2010 editions. Please note that these versions are the English versions.
Microsoft Office 2010 Direct Downloads
Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010
Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010
Microsoft Office Professional 2010
The downloads can be initiated right away. The trial product key can be requested on this page over that the Microsoft Office website.
Update: Downloads are note provided anymore for this particular version. You can download a trial version of Office 2013 currently which is useful. Especially those that have not participated in the Office 2010 Beta might want to download trial versions of Microsoft Office 2010 before deciding whether to buy the new version or not.
The try it now button leads to a Windows Live login form. It might be necessary to fill out the first and last name as well as the country before the Office product keys and download links are displayed.
Product keys are displayed on the same page after the login. System requirements for all editions of Office 2010 are nearly identical.
Computer and processor: 500 MHz or faster processor
Memory: 256 MB RAM; 512 MB recommended for graphics features and certain advanced functionality.1
Hard disk: 3.0 GB available disk space
Display: 1024x576 or higher resolution monitor
Will you be buying Microsoft Office 2010? Let us know in the comments.
Office 2010 users who want to test the new version for more than 60 days should take a look at the Office 2010 rearm instructions to do so.
Update: Downloads are no longer provided by Microsoft.Advertisement
If you download all the three files, you will notice that all of them are the same file with the exact same hash.
Just a heads up.
Oh, and there’s the ultimate Steal as well for students to get Professional Academic.
Of course not. Way too expensive.
Access and Excel would be the only things I need and 500$ for that is too much. I’ll stick to OpenOffice.
When I download the trial I can’t find an option to download the 64bit. :S
Thanks for the great coverage of the new Office 2010! I just wanted to stop by and let everyone know that you can win a free copy of Office 2010 through our ‘Win 2010’ contest- just swing by our Facebook page and let us know how you will ‘Make it great’ with the new Office 2010. Feel free to send me any questions you might have about the contest or Office 2010, I would be more than happy to help.
Microsoft Office Outreach Team
i want t ask about the serial number!!!
I purchased the windows Office 2010 and I am not able to open any of my old word documents, please help me, the message I get is the program does not have an association…..
Clarence, you can either load the documents from within Office 2010 or fix the associations so that the files are loaded into Office whenever you double-click them.
pls contact microsoft service to enhance performance….
@Clarence. If you have Win7, click “Compatibility Mode” for the (old) Word files’ “.doc” extensions to work w/ Office 2010. (For older OS systems, you *do* need follow the other replies.)
*Having just bought Office 2010 for my Win7 machine, was very relieved @ the Win7 “compatibility mode” bypass. (Hope the same is true for you!)
i luv it
is the download free ?
THANKS VERY MUCH
I WANT THE SERIAL NUMBER
would like a verion of access 2010 [email protected]
I need a serial number, please.
wtf. i need help
Whant serial codes?? ad me on msn messenger;)
Can Microsoft Access 2010 be downloaded for a free trial or is it only available for retail?
Well you can download trial installacion on microsoft website – and then you get trial key. That key you can use once on 1 pc and 60day’s trial period, but u cant reinstall and use it again for 60 more days…
I this for the Full Version?
wats the product key
I have bought Microsoft Office Home n Student 2010 but as i only have office 2007 on my pc i don’t know if I can use it?
so i have downloaded the trial but i dont have the product key where would i find this?
I need to download this software because I want to know whats new in this software .
After the 60 day trial is it possible to activate it with a bought licence key?
The reason i ask is that i bought home and business but it did not come with a cd only a product key, so can i download this and then use my own license key?
Sorry and is this download for 32bit or 64bit?
I’ll be able to activate the full version through this trial one, right?
What is the product key? thanks
I try this trial version, Excellent service.
I need the Product Key
So, I’ve downloaded the trial version of the software I want to try out and expect to purchase — but now it’s asking me for a key, which I don’t have. I see about 10 other people have had the same problem. What’s the key to use? Where do we get it? Is this some kind of secret?
what is the key,please tell me.Thanks :)
I want to what new about this office
2010 is an almost total redo of Office XP. Has a “ribbon” on top, w/ all you want & use frequently. Also allows personalizing the ribbon, according to your needs. In add’n to those improvements, the organization, via tabs, is much more logical and you can see your (proposed) changes by hovering w/ your mouse. (IOW: hover over “Bold” & you see it; hover over “indent more,” etc.)
Those w/ more updated Office versions (those familiar w/ the ribbon), is a new & improved (tighter & sleeker) version of the same.
* Be sure to take the tutorial (TIP: the interactive lesson requires IE. Don’t bother w/ other browsers, unless you plan to skip it.)
**Am a professional writer. I stayed w/ XP until 2010 Office. LSS: Am “head over heels in love” w/ (Home & Business) Office 2010!
i want Microsoft office product key for student basics of 2010
Could I please get the product key?
It is the product key for MS Office 2010 Professional that I require. Thank you very much.
Trial Key for Ms Office 2010 Please
i downloaded the 2010 trial version and need a product key. Can you provide one?
Nice one. I’ve just had to reinstall Windows 7 on a clients notebook and noticed there was a, ‘Microsoft Product Identifier’, card with a product key for Office Home and Business 2010 with it. But, there was no Office disc or software in with the bundled discs. So, this download was exactly what I was looking for. Run it, and used the product key on the card, and everything as I want it.
i need product number for pro
I download micro soft 2010, but trial ran out, can I re install it again for another 60 days,or do I have to buy it now.
@Anonymous: Scroll down to the very bottom of the article, last para. See where it says “rearm”? Click it. (Will show you how to “rearm” the free trial another 5 times — 30 days ea.)
i need Microsoft office to my phone.
For everyone asking, you’ll receive a product key for your trial in your email. The email will be titled Microsoft Office 2010 – Order Confirmation.
I go thru the steps but I am not getting an email with the product key. Is there any other way or is it not working now?
AY! (Have NO idea where “Alicia” got her info, but…)
LSS: NO KEY IS NEEDED FOR THE TRIAL!
You get a 30-60 day free trial of MS Office (depending site & timing), fully functional.
*Then* after your trial period ends, you can BUY the fully functional version (exactly the same as trial version, pre-expiration) & when your pyt clears, THEN MS emails the product key. (The trial version *can* be used, albeit w/ “limited functionality,” post-expiration but is “worthless” ~ imho).
NOTE: When I used the free trial, was not a time limit, but usage limit/s. IOW: one could use the trial version for “x” amt of times before expiration. (This has obviously changed, but there may still be some of the older trials available.)
Hope this clears things up… (all *I* wanted to know is if these download sites included 64-bit versions. Hoping the one word answer, “yes,” was an answer to the same.)
Pls, ignore my prior (KEY) comment (unless the moderator reads this & does so, first).
Scroll to page 3 of comments. “ammmar7may” explains everything, in great detail. (You s/b redirected from the MS website to a pg w/ key for trial+order details. The “Download Now” button has options — 32 or 64-bit.)
*Should the mod *not* catch my [mistaken] reply, my info was via my experience w/ a free trial of Office 2010, pre-loaded, on a new laptop. (“My ‘bad’!”)
I want to download the the microsoft word and excell
Hi, Please send me product key for trial.
hi ra, did you get a product key, i need one too, for home and student 2010
hello, how do i get a product key for office home and student 2010, i just downloaded it from the link abo\ve, please help guys
I do not see where to get the product key. I have downloaded it and I am in my microsoft account and I have checked my email. Still not able to get product key. Can anyone help?
this isnt offered any more :(
Hi..downloaded 2010 Office version from this site.looking for product Key…please.
hi.. i have to microsoft office pro 2010 download but don’t know product key’s plz send the product key’s on my gmail account’. kindly plz.
Thank you for the link! A friend had a bad turn with an update that caused the MBR to be come corrupted. When she purchased the laptop, MS Office Home and Student 2010 was preinstalled.
Once the HD was reformatted and the OS reloaded, we needed to find the download for Home and Student 2010 and your website has gotten her back up and running!
Definitely going to recommend others visit this site for help!
Whats the product key??!!
Tkx bro……the link is great.
All the best,
I need the product key.
hi, i need a product key too . thanks
Loading thrial, need the license key pleae
Many thanks for opportunity to download Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010
Another “edition” or version of this is the Microsoft Office 2010 starter, which does not expire, and provides you with Microsoft Word Starter and Microsoft Excel Starter. You can learn more about it, and even download it here. I would like to note that this does NOT expire, and does not need a product key. It is 100% free to download and free to use forever. I’m in college and have not had any problems using this “starter” version of microsoft word.
Go here: http://downloads.pcauthority.com.au/article/26083-microsoft_office_starter
Thanks! More than good enough for my needs right now.
I downloaded the 2010 trial version and need a product key. Can you provide one please? Tx!
I need a product key
I downloaded the 2010 trial version and need a product key.
Can you provide?
Just wanted to drop a short thanks for posting the trial key. This helped me a lot while preparing an image for a client. Thank you, Jobennie!
Why do all the links for office 2010 take me to get free trial of office 2013 and 365 ,I see the link to get free trial if I wanted a free trial but I want 2010 get it stop sending links I don’t want 2013 or 365 please keep them…….please give me a link for a trial of 2010 that works…
Anyone looking for 64 bit check this link
jobennie thanks! after so long looking for codes that’d work i finally had the one <3 :)))
i recommend to use open office. it is 100% free download….
I recommend Libreoffice. Free just like open office, but has a stronger more active developer base = better compatibility, more features.