This Test Lab Guide Mini-Module describes how to install Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 on CLIENT1. You download
the evaluation .msi file, install Office 2013 Professional Plus, and then run Word 2013.
The result is that the suite of Microsoft Office 2013 productivity applications is available on CLIENT1 for evaluation and for cross-product scenarios and solutions.
First, at a minimum, you create the
Base Configuration test lab.
Next, you install
Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 on CLIENT1.
Connect the CLIENT1 computer to a network that has Internet access and configure the TCP/IP protocol on the Local Area Connection as needed. For example, if the network that has access
to the Internet uses DHCP, no additional configuration is needed.
Get Started Now.
Sign in with your Microsoft account (Windows Live account).
Enter your name, location, email address, and version of the software on the Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 web page, and then click
Continue. On the next page, enter your business information, and then click
On the Office page, print or copy the product key, select the language for the download, and then click
Specify that you want to store the download in a new
When the download is complete, exit the Download Manager.
From the C:\Office2013 folder, extract the files from the OfficeProfessionalPlus*.img file into the
C:\Office2013 folder. You might have to use a tool such as WinZip to perform this step.
C:\Office2013 folder, double-click Setup.exe.
On the Read the Microsoft Software License Terms page, click
I accept the terms of this agreement, and then click Continue.
On the Choose the installation you want page, click
On the Office page, click
Start, click All Programs, click Microsoft Office 2013, and then click
On the Activate Office page, click
Enter a product key instead. Type the product key from step 5, and then click
On the Meet SkyDrive page, click
On the Hello User1! page, click
Close Word 2013.
Connect CLIENT1 to the Corpnet subnet and configure the TCP/IP protocol on the Local Area Connection as needed. For example, if the network that had access to the Internet
used DHCP, no additional configuration is needed.
If you are running this test lab in a virtual environment, you can create a snapshot of the CLIENT1 virtual machine (VM) to save this configuration.
For additional test lab guide resources, see
Test Lab Guides.