Resources to help you upgrade from Office 2010 servers and clients
This article applies to both Microsoft 365 Enterprise and Office 365 Enterprise.
Office 2010 and Exchange 2010 reached their end of support on October 13, 2020.
SharePoint 2010 and Project Server 2010 will reach their end of support on April 13, 2021.
While you plan your upgrade, consider moving to Microsoft 365.
Microsoft 365 has cloud-based services for Office 2010 server products, such as Exchange Server and SharePoint Server, and services, such as Teams and OneDrive for Business.
Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise (previously named Office 365 ProPlus), which is included with Microsoft 365 E3 and E5, is the set of Office client apps that you install on your local device. They're updated with new productivity and security features regularly from the Microsoft cloud.
For a visual summary of the upgrade, migration, and move-to-the-cloud options for Office 2010 clients and servers and Windows 7, see the end of support poster.
This one-page poster summarizes the various paths you can take to handle Office 2010 client and server products and Windows 7 from reaching end of support. Preferred paths and option support in Microsoft 365 Enterprise are highlighted.
You can also download this poster and print it in letter, legal, or tabloid (11 x 17) format.
Office 2010 client and server upgrade planning
|For this product||With this end of support date||See this resource|
|Office 2010 (including Word 2010, Excel 2010, PowerPoint 2010, and Outlook 2010)||October 13, 2020||Office 2010 end of support roadmap|
|Exchange Server 2010||October 13, 2020||Exchange 2010 end of support roadmap|
|SharePoint 2010 or SharePoint Server 2010||April 13, 2021||Upgrading from SharePoint 2010|
|Project Server 2010||April 13, 2021||Project Server 2010 end of support roadmap|
|Lync Server 2010||April 13, 2021||Plan to upgrade to Skype for Business Server|
I'm a home user. What do I do?
If you use Office 2010 products and applications at home, see this information.