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How to fix Office 365 or Office 2013 “Activation” or “Unlicensed Product” Problems
These problems can occur in any or all of the Office products such as Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint, Publisher, OneNote, Outlook, Infopath or Lync; by displaying one of the following messages (or similar)
You can re-activate Office 365 or Office 2013 in a number of ways as follows
1) Repair Office 365 or Office 2013
In Windows 7 or 8 locate “Control Panel” > “Programs” > “Programs and Features”
Highlight “Office 365 ProPlus” (do not click on it) and select the “Change” button
Select “Quick Repair“. When it is finished you’ll see this image:
Once that appears, click to Close it out and try to open your MS Office product once again. When I did it, it didn’t work the first time. I had to open it and close it then open it again. If it doesn’t work still, try restarting your PC and trying again.
If this does not fix your problems try “Online Repair” next. If it still doesn’t work, reinstall Microsoft Office 365 with the following instructions:
Reinstall Office 365 or Office 2013
From any of the office products click on the left arrow in the top left of the product, then click on “Office Account”
Click on “Manage Account” to login to your Office 365 or Office 2013 account
Once signed in, navigate to “software”