You can spend your time installing programs, attempting hacks, repeatedly re-installing free trial versions, or anything else you can think of that may or may not grant the desired effect. If your endeavor(s) succeed, you can continue using whatever program functioned at the time, and hope that it remains that way.Or...
Create a free [A] Microsoft account
(Windows Live ID, Hotmail, etc.) or [B]
create a free Google account
(Gmail, Google+, etc.). You may be using one or more of these options already.[A] Sign in
to your Microsoft account
. At the very top of the next webpage, from left to right, you should see options like "Windows Live
", and "MSN
". If you move your mouse over the option "SkyDrive
", a drop-down menu will appear in which you will see "New Word Document
", "New Excel Document
", "New PowerPoint Presentation
", and "New OneNote notebook
" - all located next to their corresponding Microsoft Office icons. Choosing any of these options will create a fresh new document of that kind that can be edited, stored, printed, or shared online, and (if you think it's really necessary) you can still download a copy to your hard drive or external memory.[B] Sign in
to your Google account
. From your Gmail inbox
, you should see options like "Search", "images", "Maps", "Play", "YouTube", "News", "Gmail", "Drive", "Calender", and "More" listed across the top of the page from left to right. Click on "Drive". You will be redirected to your Google Drive. You should see an orange button in the upper-left labeled "CREATE".
Click on that to open a drop-down menu that will allow you to choose a GoogleDocs Document, Presentation, Spreadsheet, Form, etc. Both
options are available to everyone
, free of charge
, have no required downloads or installations
, they're 100% legal and legit
, and are accessible anywhere you can log in to your email account
"MS Office is not a free program."?
Is that REALLY your BEST answer o.O??