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Apr 14 2014   6:02PM GMT

Word of the Day: Click-to-Run

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WhatIs.com Word of the Day

Microsoft Click-to-Run is a way to quickly install Microsoft products, including versions of Office 2010, Office 2013 and Office 365.

Quote of the Day

“Click-to-run has been around since Office 2010, but in Office 2013 it really comes of age.” — Paul Thurrott

Related Terms

Office 2013
Office 365

Quiz Yourself

What is a virtual floppy disk?
a. a disk image stored as a file on a hard drive.
b. a 3.5 inch high-density diskette in a plastic case.

Required Reading

Click-to-Run and MSI provide Office 2013 installation options
Office Click-to-Run allows Office 2010 and Office 2013 to run on one machine.

New Office 2013 features can help IT pros as much as end users
Updated and new Office 2013 features enable IT admins to better implement and manage Microsoft desktops.

Learn how to install Office 2013 with Group Policies or SCCM
If you think you know how to install Office 2013 based on previous versions of the suite, think again.

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