As of March 1 2017, Office 2013 is no longer available for download in the Office 365 portal or at office.microsoft.com. Officially, support for the click-to-run versions also ended, but all that really means is that you won't get much help with it if you call Microsoft Support. Office 2013 will continue to work. (Mainstream support for Office 2013 Professional Plus, Professional, and Standard editions ends 4/10/2018.)
While I recommend installing the latest version, if you need to stick with Office 2013 because:
- You need to connect to Exchange 2007
- Are not using autodiscover and need to manually configure Exchange accounts
- Use Business Contact Manager
- Use other software that does not work with Office 2016
You will be able to download the setup file using a direct link or the Office 2013 Deployment Tool.
Links for the most common SKUs are below, you'll need to create links for other
product versions and languages. (It's easy.)
If Office 2016 is installed, you'll need to uninstall it, reboot, then install Office 2013 using a direct download link.
Office 2013: O365BusinessRetail 32-bit
Office 2013 Consumer: O365HomePremRetail 32-bit
Office 2013: HomeBusinessRetail 32-bit
If you are using other product versions or languages, you will need to create the download links for Office 2013 SKUs. You can look up the respective components using the following references, replacing the product id, language, and platform values (bolded) in the link with the appropriate values.
For Product ID, choose from these values:
|Office 365 Plan Name||Product ID|
|Office 365 ProPlus|
Office 365 Enterprise E3
Office 365 Enterprise E4
Office 365 Midsize
|Office 365 Business|
Office 365 Business Premium
|Office Small Business Premium||O365SmallBusPremRetail|
If you use the wrong product ID, you won't be able to activate Office. See Product IDs that are supported by the Office Deployment Tool for Click-to-Run for more information.
For the Language ID's, choose from these values:
|Language||Language ID (ll-cc)||Language||Language ID (ll-cc)|
For more information on the Language ID, see Language identifiers (TechNet).
For platform, you'll use x86 for 32-bit and x64 for 64-bit.
The version won't change; you'll always use O15GA&source=O15OLSO365.
If you want to use the Office 2013 Deployment tool, you can download it from Office 2013 Deployment Tool for Click-to-Run. Instructions and a sample configuration file are available at Using the Office Deployment Tool for Click-to-Run and at Deploy Office 365 ProPlus from a local source
Microsoft's announcement: Support for the 2013 versions of Office 365 ProPlus ends February 28, 2017