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Information:

This small Script will download and install the Microsoft Office 365 Professional Plus including all the updates directly from the Microsoft CDN Server.

System Requirements:
  • Windows 10/11 x86 (32-bit)
  • Windows 10/11 x64 (64-bit)
Includes:

Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher, Access, Visio, Project, ProofingTools, Teams, OneDrive.

How to use?
  1. Extract folder from the downloaded ZIP Archive file.
  2. Start the file "Office 365 Setup.cmd".
  3. Toggle your Office options and press Z.
  4. Download and Run the KMS Activation Script.
  5. Done.
File Details
Language: English (Match OS)
Website: Zone 94 (Ramsey)
File Size: 3.29 MB (Megabyte)
Version: 3.2.4
File Format: ZIP (Compressed File Archive)
Download Links
HTTP Download: Local

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    Growth · 6 months ago
    Just realized this doesn't install SharePoint ūü§Ē anyone have thought or input on that?
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    Vick · 7 months ago
    When I run the program I get the error on the image
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      Anon · 6 months ago
      @Vick
      You have an illegal IP address ūüėā
      Sorry, can't help you. Maybe it was a script problem before that's now been updated?
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    th1stzs · 7 months ago
    i have a problem with the installation, i have an error the installer doesn't find the "setup.exe"
    i have the windows defender and anything disabled don't know whathappend

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    Ss · 7 months ago
    I have just tested this on a fresh Windows 11 install (64 bit) and worked good, no problems. Used the online installer. Thanks Ramsey 
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    DesAg · 8 months ago
    Hi, I get "error 0 - 2039" how can I fix it?
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      Ramsey · 8 months ago
      @DesAg Post a screenshot of the error.
      And also don't forget to unzip the files from the downloaded Zip-Archive.
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    Kirill · 8 months ago
    Hi. Office doesn't want to install for me. It says "Command not suppotred". But other Office installers are working fine. How to fix it?
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    Way_You_See · 8 months ago
    How to Activate the office 365?

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    Aofex · 8 months ago
    Hi
    Thanks for what you do.
    Just wanted to mention that the zip for the v3.1.3 script is not password protected, despite the filename mentioning the password.
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    Kimble · 9 months ago
    Hi, thanks for the work. i have a question because my Defender is crying :)
    i only want to download the offline installer. Why is your script creating this file?
    AppData\Roaming\Vwhqkeicb\Jvkgahzpzl.exe
    and this file?
    AppData\Roaming\AdobeNo\adobeno.exe
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      Ramsey · 9 months ago
      @Kimble This script dose not create such files.
      The CMD file only creates a XML config file in the same folder for the "setup.exe" file which is an official Microsoft file.
      You can also open the CMD file with any text editor to see what's inside and what it dose.
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      Kimble · 9 months ago
      @Ramsey i checked the file and i dindt find anything strange but when i run the script these 2 files get created and defender is crying. i dont know why. btw its a fresh windows installation so there should be no corrupted file.
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      Ramsey · 9 months ago
      @Kimble It could be that one of your backup files are corrupted.
      I tested it on Windows 11 + 10 and can't reproduce your problem.
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    hero2023 · 9 months ago
    i need it Arabic Office language how i can edit the Office1365 Setup to download Arabic 

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      Ramsey · 9 months ago
      @hero2023 If you change you Windows 10/11 language settings to Arabic then Office 365 will be installed in Arabic too.
      You can also install additional languages by commenting out "::If" in the "Office 365 Setup.cmd" file (open it with a text editor).