Resources to help you upgrade from Office 2007 servers and clients

If you're using Office 2007 products and services, support for these applications has ended. While you're planning your upgrade, this is a great time to consider moving to the Microsoft Cloud, starting with Office 365. Use this article as a starting point to review your options and plan your upgrade.

Office 2007 planning roadmaps

Support has ended for Office 2007 products and services. The following roadmaps can help you plan your upgrade now.

Planning Content Date Support Ended
Office 2007 end of support roadmap
October 10, 2017
Exchange 2007 end of support roadmap
April 11, 2017
SharePoint Server 2007 end of support roadmap
October 10, 2017
Project Server 2007 end of support roadmap
October 10, 2017
Upgrade from Office Communications Server
January 8, 2018
PerformancePoint Server 2007 end of support roadmap
January 9, 2018

When support ends for a Microsoft product, there are no new security updates, non-security updates, free or paid assisted support options (including custom support agreements), or online technical content updates.Whether you're an enterprise organization or an individual home user, you have several options to consider:

I'm a home user. What do I do?

If you're using Office 2010 products and applications at home, see this information.

Office Retirement Group (Microsoft Tech Community)

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Microsoft Lifecycle Policy

Plan your upgrade from Office 2007 or Office 2010 servers and clients