Project is sold as a stand-alone application so if you don't have it yet, Buy or try Project. If you have a subscription to one of the cloud-based solutions of Project you won't see an option to install it unless you have an assigned license.
If you're the Office admin responsible for assigning licenses, see Assign licenses to users. Project Online Essentials doesn't include a desktop version of Project so no installation is required. Project Standard or Project Professional: If you have one of these non-subscription versions you should have a received a product key with your purchase.
Redeeming your key links your account with the Project app and you only have to do this once. See the following if this is how you got your version of Project Professional or Project Standard Microsoft HUP: Volume license versions: IT departments might use a different method to install volume license editions of Project throughout their organization.
Talk to your IT department for installation help. Third-party seller: You bought Project from a third-party and you're having problems with the product key. Many web browsers, such as Internet Explorer 9, include a download manager. Stand-alone download managers also are available, including the Microsoft Download Manager. You may not be able to download multiple files at the same time. In this case, you will have to download the files individually.
You would have the opportunity to download individual files on the "Thank you for downloading" page after completing your download. Files larger than 1 GB may take much longer to download and might not download correctly. You might not be able to pause the active downloads or resume downloads that have failed. For example, Which files you see and the names of the files depend on whether you are downloading the bit or bit version of Office and which languages you are downloading.
Here some additional details about downloading Office installation files: You must download the bit and bit versions separately. All volume licensed versions of Office — such as Office Professional Plus , Visio Professional , and Project Professional — are included in the same download, regardless of which products you specify in the configuration.
This helps you save disk space on your local network. The core files for the Office products are in the stream. Configuration Manager Current Branch has a wizard that steps you through the process and builds the configuration. Earlier versions of Configuration Manager require you to download the ODT and create your own configuration.
Configuration Manager Current Branch: You must be using at least version , but version is recommended. On that same page, you can also select to install Project and Visio. System Center R2 Configuration Manager: Then, in Configuration Manager, you create an application and a deployment type.
The steps below are for the subscription versions of Project Online, and the non-subscription versions of Project , , or For Project or , follow the steps in Office or Office Project is sold as a stand-alone application so if you don't have it yet, Buy or try Project. If you have a subscription to one of the cloud-based solutions of Project you won't see an option to install it unless you have an assigned license. If you're the Office admin responsible for assigning licenses, see Assign licenses to users.