When you install Microsoft Office in your Windows operating system, you will receive a call for acceptance of this software under a licensing agreement at the first time you open. It is called the End User License Agreement (EULA) and you must accept it once. Now you can use Office without a problem. However, if this is not the case in your case and your 2013-EULA Office is open every time you open one of the Office components, including Outlook, you will be frustrated. You may receive an unexpected pop-up message about the Office Fine Printing license agreement and you may not be able to access Office. How do I get rid of the agreement request to access Word, etc.? Thank you. Every time I open Outlook 2013 (paid $149.00) a box appears in which she asks to accept the deal. I`m tired and two hours on the phone with so-called a Microsoft expert didn`t help them “don`t know why”! I can no longer access Word, Excel, etc. with my personal subscription MS 365, which will be renewed in July. A “Accept the license agreement” for MS 365 for Business always comes back and asks me to accept it. I don`t want an MS 365 for business. I don`t have an MS365 for business application.
I have uninstalled and reinstalled 365 staff and the license agreement is still a firecracker. I wonder if this is really a Microsoft license. I don`t know where it came from. Note: The content of the license agreement has not changed. We found that a recent feature update changed the location of the end-user license agreement (JAL) acceptance information and allowed users to receive a pop-up message asking them to accept the user agreement. We have initiated the recovery process for this update to reduce its impact. 5. Now enter the same permission window that was shown in the previous step and remove the check mark you applied, click Apply followed by OK. Close the registry editor, restart the computer, and re-check the status if the problem is corrected by opening an Office component. Can you post a screenshot? It doesn`t look like everything they should see in outlook.com.