Yeah there are a couple of different home options,
I looked at mine lastnight it appears to be the home priemium which gives me 
the ability to share with 5 others and on multiple devices 

Good luck.

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Simon,
    I took a quick look and think the Home option will do. If I am not mistaken 
you can choose which apps to install? I might even try Outlook again.

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On 2/21/2018 11:07 PM, Simon Fogarty wrote:
> Hi ET ,
> 
>   It depends on which package you purchase but yes you can get a 
> licence that lets you run office 365 or office 2016 as it is on your 
> computers on more than one device,
> 
>   I have a licence that allows me to run it on  up to 5 devices so I 
> have it on my windows notebook, mac notebook and my iPhone x, Plus my licence 
> also lets me share with up to 5 people so I have shared it with my nephew for 
> his studys.
> 
>   You wil need to setup a Microsoft account as that's what they use to 
> sign in to activate the software,
> 
> Take care when purchasing a package as they have multiple options in cluding 
> web based applications only, with one app and not another
>   Or you can go for a more business level plan which can give you exchange 
> email, sharepoint online, and loads of other things that only Microsoft know 
> of.
> 
> Good luck.
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>      I am interested in learning how this works. I really only use Word (one 
> use for it is with Duxbury) and since my Windows 7 laptop broke down, I need 
> to decide on the next step.
> 
>      Does a 365 subscription allow use on more than one computer? I have the 
> windows 7 VM and the Mac. A new laptop is not possible right now because 
> Windows 10 would require I upgrade DBT to version 12. Input is welcome.
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