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ABOUT MICROSOFT WORD
Microsoft Word is the essential word processor, available everywhere from Windows PCs and Macs to Android and iOS phones and tablets. The sturdy productivity app comes with a broad collection of templates, handy design and formatting tools, and useful collaboration capabilities. For Windows and Mac, you can get Word as part of an Office 365 subscription, a one-time purchase, or free:
Microsoft Word is a free download for Android or iOS, but you can only view documents. To create or edit docs, you'll have to pay for Office 365.
Microsoft Word FAQs
You can download a free one-month copy of Word as part of an Office 365 trial. The trial version gives you full access to all the Office 365 apps and features.
You can also use the free Word Online, which is available through your Web browser and is similar to Google Docs. Word Online provides many of same capabilities as the desktop version of Microsoft Word. Use it to edit, share, and store your documents in the cloud.
If you don't want to subscribe, you can buy Word 2016 as a one-time purchase for $98.99. But check out the cons of buying vs. subscribing.
Part of the Google Drive suite of tools, Google Docs lets you write, edit, and collaborate in the cloud for free.
The popular and free LibreOffice productivity suite offers features similar to Microsoft's Office tools.
The OpenOffice collection of apps does a good job of matching up with Microsoft's Office productivity software.