Install Office 2011 for Mac

 Office 2011 is for Mac OS 10.6 through Mac OS 10.9. If you are running Mac OS 10.10, please follow our instructions to Install Office 2016 for Mac.

1. Login to Office 365 at

2. Choose Mail from the app launcher in the top left corner of the screen, if you are not already in the Outlook Web App.

3. Select the gear icon  (Settings) in the top right corner of the screen.

4. From the Settings menu, choose Office 365 under the My app settings heading.

5. On the Settings page, with Settings selected from the column on the left, select Software.

6. On the Office page, click the Review system requirements link and make sure that your computer meets the system requirements to install the software. (Office 2011 for Mac OS 10.6 - OS 10.9 or Office 2016 for Mac OS 10.10 and higher).

7. Click the Install button to download the installer. You may need to save the install file to your machine.

8. When the download is complete, the installer will start. If the install does not start automatically, you may need to double click the installer file you downloaded. Once the install begins, you will be guided through the steps to install Office.

9. During the installation, you may be asked to provide the administrator username and password for your computer.

10. When the installation is complete, a window will popup asking how you would like to get started. Choose Sign in to an existing Office 365 Subscription.

11. On the Sign in page, enter your full Stonehill email address, and then click Next.

12. When asked to select the type of account to use, choose "Organizational account".

13. On the next screen,verify that your Stonehill email address is correct, then enter your password and click Sign in.

14. You may get a popup asking permission for Office to have access to your contacts.

15. Click Continue on the window asking to personalize your copy of Office for Mac.

16. Choose Yes when asked if you want to keep Office for Mac up to date.

17. Click Continue, then Done.

Microsoft Office for Mac is now installed! When you start Office for the first time, you may be prompted to apply an application update, which we recommend that you do at your earliest convenience.

If you would like to install Microsoft OneNote, which is not part of the base Office for Mac installation, it is available for free on the Apple App Store.