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Can't find Microsoft Office icons on my desktop or taskbar

Can't Find Microsoft Office Icons on My Desktop Or Taskbar

You have been upgraded to the new Office 2013, if you try to start the old Office programs, you will receive an error message similar to: "The operation failed due to installation problems".

Please take a look at the instructions below to find your new Office programs (Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, Excel etc.).

 

Microsoft Office 2013 & 2016 Quick Launch Buttons

(Taskbar Buttons)

 

Windows 10:

Step 1.

To add Microsoft Office applications to the bar at the bottom of your screen, start by clicking the start button at the bottom left-hand corner of your screen. From there, utilize the vertical scroll bar to find the Microsoft application alphabetically.

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Step 2.

You can open any application this way, but for faster access to the programs, right- click on the application you wish to create a quick access button for, select “More”, & click the “Pin to Taskbar” button.

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Windows 7:

Step 1.

To add Microsoft Office applications to the bar at the bottom of your screen, start by clicking the start button at the bottom left-hand corner of your screen. From there, select the “All Programs” button just above the start button.

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Step 2.

You will see a list of program folders and you will need to find a folder named Microsoft Office 2013/2016. Left click on it and you will see all the Office applications that are available to you.

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Step 3.

You can open any application this way, but for faster access to the programs, right click on the application you wish to create a quick access button for and click the “Pin to Taskbar” button.

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