Facing MS Office 365 subscription and license issues? Here is the fix

Are you unable to use an Office application? The main reason behind this could be the expiration of the subscription. But, if the subscription is active or not expired and you are not able to open Excel, Word or any other application then you need to repair it using the right procedure.  Fortunately, you can do this on your own by following the instructions given below:

  1. Right-click on the Start button
  2. Choose apps and features and search for Office 365 (complete package) app
  3. Click modify and then choose Online Repair
  4. Hit Repair
  5. This will automatically repair the issues and make your Office 365 subscription (available at office.com/setup) run like new!

(Please note that the aforementioned steps for repairing are valid only on Windows 10. If are using any other version of Windows operating system then it is recommended to contact the Microsoft support services and get an immediate assistance from an expert.)

In some of the cases, when a license came into the role you will have to go online to make sure everything syncs back up correctly. The best thing about repairing the Office using the given steps in this article is that it will automatically download all the files as well as data required for the process.

In short, you don’t need to put extra efforts to find and then download the right files required for repairing Office 365. Once the entire process completes, open the Office 365 application that was not working

properly. You will no longer see the issue!

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