Updating office 2016 with office 2016 xp


12-Dec-2019 22:47

As said before, you don’t need to turn off Windows Updates in order to stop Office from receiving updates. That is, those of you installed Office 2016/2013 as part of Office 365 subscription as well as users who installed a one-time purchase of Office 2016/2013 (purchased via retail store or online) can use this method to turn off Office updates without disabling Windows Updates. Step 2: On the left-pane, click Change settings link.Step 1: Open Settings either by clicking its icon on the Start menu or using Windows I hotkey. Step 3: Under Microsoft Update section, uncheck the option labelled Give Me updates for other Microsoft products when I update Windows. Please note that, the following method is useful only to stop receiving updates and not upgrades.

Refer to Method 1 to stop your Windows 10/8.1 from receiving all kind of Office updates (applicable to both Office 365 and Office 2016/2013 installed without using Office 365). You can open Word, Excel or any other Office application. Step 2: Click the File menu and then click Account.

This option only works for office 20 and will require that you have Internet Explorer installed.

If you do not have Internet Explorer, you will need to download it from Microsoft's Website.

Everyone knows that keeping installed software up-to-date is essential for optimal performance and security.

Unlike most third-party software out there, users don’t need to put in the extra effort or use additional software to keep Microsoft Office software up-to-date.

In order to switch from Windows Update to Microsoft Update, you can launch Windows Update like you’d normally do and then click the appropriate link as indicated below.