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Sign in to a Microsoft Account - Microsoft Support Phone Number +1-877-353-1149

Sign in to a Microsoft account
What is a Microsoft account?



Have you ever used Outlook.com, Hotmail, Office 365, OneDrive, Skype, Xbox, or Windows? The email address and password you use for any of those services is your Microsoft account. If you don't already have a Microsoft account, it's easy to create a free account with your email address or phone number at account.microsoft.com. Select Sign in with Microsoft, and then select No account? Create one!Your Microsoft account gives you access to apps and games from Microsoft Store, and lets you see your settings and other stuff across multiple Windows 10 devices. Sign in without passwords using the Microsoft Authenticator app
Troubleshoot problems signing in to your Microsoft account Sign in online
Manage your account info online including recent activity, billing options, and family settings. Here's how:Go to the Microsoft account page and select Sign in with Microsoft.Enter your emaill address or phone number and password.…

Get help signing in to Office - Microsoft Support +1-877-353-1149

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Sign in to Office After signing in, you're automatically signed in to online services like Office Online or OneDrive. From a web browser Go to: https://www.office.com/signin Sign in with the personal Microsoft account you associated with Office, or the username and password you use with your work or school account. From within an Office desktop app If you're not already in an Office file or document, open an app such as Word or Excel, and open an existing file, or create a new one. Select File > Account (or Office Account if you're using Outlook). If you're not already signed in, click Sign In. In the Sign in window, type the email address and password you use with Office. This might be the personal Microsoft account you associated with Office, or the username and password you use with your work or school account. If you're already signed in with an account, but you want to sign in with a different account, see the section below Switch between accounts. You might …

How to access Outlook.com when traveling - Microsoft Support +1-877-353-1149

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How to access Outlook.com when traveling Microsoft keeps an eye out for unusual sign-in activity on your account, just in case someone else is trying to get into your account. If you're travelling to a new place or using a new device, we might ask you to confirm that it really is you.
When we detect a sign-in attempt from a new location or device, we add a second layer of protection and send you an email message and SMS alert. Things to do before you travelMake sure your Microsoft account security is up to date. Everyone with a Microsoft account needs to have up-to-date security info, which is an alternate email address or phone number where you can get security codes. If you're going on vacation and won't be able to receive security codes, make your device a trusted device. This means Microsoft won't send you authentication codes when you sign in to Outlook.com. Use automatic replies to tell people you won't be responding to their messages right away. Automatic re…