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Office 365 volume licensing

Trying to verify QB Excel reporting will work with 32-bit office when installed using volume licensing.


  • QB 2019 Premier non-profit installed on client computers on Windows domain.
  • Office 365 installed using a ISO on a local computer. Office 365 part of a volume licensing package so it is activated using a product number after install.


Multi-user is working. Opening a file shared on the network is working.


We have gotten this to work with installs directly from Office 365 (connecting to  and just want to be sure that the .ISO installs will work just as well.





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Office 365 volume licensing

Hi franla1917,


As I've checked the system requirement and software compatibility for QuickBooks 2019, it shows that Office 365 with 32-bit will work. 


To learn more about QuickBooks 2019 system requirement, please check out this article: System requirements for QuickBooks 2019 and Enterprise Solutions 19.0.


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