If the version you are using is Word 2007 or later or Windows XP or later - no problem.
If the version is Word 2003 or earlier, or Windows 2000, NT or earlier, or Mac versions - apps FREE will not work on these versions.
No - please contact email@example.com for assistance.
If no, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and provide additional information about how you tried to run the installer.
If yes, did the installer finish? Did you click a Finish button?
If everything installed properly and you just don't have the APPS FOR OFFICE tab visible when you open MS Word, read on - otherwise let us know the answers to my questions above and we will be able to help your further.If yes, click on the APPS FOR OFFICE tab. Type some sample text onto the page, and press Enter, to create a paragraph. Copy this paragraph a few times.
Select the first paragraph, and click the Headings button.
Select the second paragraph and click the paragraph text button
Select the third paragraph and click the bullet button.
Display Developer tab by:
Word 2007: Select Word Start>Word options>Popular, check display Developer tab in ribbon, click OK
Word 2010: Select File>Options>Customize Ribbon>tick Developer, click OK