Manual Command To Download Files On A Mac

 
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  1. Manual Command To Download Files On A Mac Keyboard
  2. Manual Command To Download Files On A Mac Laptop

Note

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Summary

Office files can be downloaded separately.

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The steps below apply only to the following programs:

  • Office Professional Plus 2019
  • Office Standard 2019
  • Visio Professional 2019
  • Visio Standard 2019
  • Project Professional 2019
  • Project Standard 2019

Follow the steps below to download and install your Office 2019 software or application:

Note

The screenshots below are examples that may not match your own experience.

  1. Browse to https://www.microsoft.com/download/details.aspx?id=49117 and select Download.

  2. Select the arrow next to the Save As option.

  3. Create a new folder and save the file to this folder. (The name of the folder is irrelevant. For instance, create a folder on your Desktop named 'Office'.)

    Note

    This folder should be a shared location that is accessible for installation to other devices.

  4. Double click the .EXE file (or select Run, if the dialog box is still open). If asked, select Yes.

  5. A pop up window will display the Microsoft Software License Terms. Check the box and select Continue.

    Note

    You might be requested to select a location where you want the files saved. If so, select the folder that you created.

  6. Open your browser and go to https://config.office.com.

  7. Under Create a new configuration, select Create.

  8. Under Products and releases, select 64-bit.

    Note

    For more information, see Choose between the 64-bit or 32-bit version of Office.

  9. Then, select the product or app that you want to deploy and select Next.

  10. Choose your Language and then select Next.

  11. Under Installation options, select the options that match your needs (or do nothing) and select Next.

  12. Under Update and Upgrade, select the options that match your needs (or do nothing) and then select Next.

  13. Select the Multiple Activation Key (MAK) option. Enter the volume license key specific to the software, move the Autoactivate slider to On, and then select Next.

    Note

    If your organization uses Key Management Service (KMS) activation, select KMS Client Key instead.

  14. Enter your name or the name of your company or organization and then select Next.

  15. Under Application preferences, select Finish.

  16. Select Export in the upper-right corner of the page.

  17. In the File Name text box, type 'Configuration' (if it does not already show this) and then select Save as to save it to the folder you created.

    Note

    Make a note of this location as it will be needed for the following steps.

  18. Open an elevated Command Prompt. (Select the Windows button, type 'CMD', right-click Command Prompt, and select Run as administrator.)

  19. Type 'cd '(c+d+space bar). Copy the file path of the location where you downloaded the file and paste it in the command prompt window.

  20. Select Enter. The Command Prompt Line is now updated to the location where the files were downloaded:

    Note

    This will vary depending on where you created the folder for the downloaded file.

  21. Copy and paste the following command in the Command Prompt window and select Enter:

    Setup /configure configuration.xml

  22. The Office installation will start.

How to Activate Microsoft Office 2019 using a product key

If automatic activation did not work, you can manually activate your software by following the steps below:

  1. Open a Word, Excel, or PowerPoint file. Select File.

  2. Select Help or Account.

  3. Select Change Product Key.

  4. Enter the product key in the field box and then select Install.
    The Office installation will begin.

Terminal User Guide

In Terminal, you can move and copy files locally or remotely using the mv, cp, and scp command-line tools.

Manual Command To Download Files On A Mac Keyboard

Tip: It’s easier to move and copy files using the Finder. See Organize files in folders.

Move a file or folder locally

  • In the Terminal app on your Mac, use the mv command to move files or folders from one location to another on the same computer. The mv command moves the file or folder from its old location and puts it in the new location.

    For example, to move a file from your Downloads folder to a Work folder in your Documents folder:

    % mv ~/Downloads/MyFile.txt ~/Documents/Work/MyFile.txt

    You can also change the name of the file as it’s moved:

    % mv ~/Downloads/MyFile.txt ~/Documents/Work/NewFileName.txt

See the mv command man page.

Copy a file or folder locally

  • In the Terminal app on your Mac, use the cp command to make a copy of a file.

    For example, to copy a folder named Expenses in your Documents folder to another volume named Data:

    % cp -R ~/Documents/Expenses /Volumes/Data/Expenses

    The -R flag causes cp to copy the folder and its contents. Note that the folder name does not end with a slash, which would change how cp copies the folder.

See the cp command man page.

Copy a file or folder remotely

  • In the Terminal app on your Mac, use the scp command to copy a file or folder to or from a remote computer.

    scp uses the same underlying protocols as ssh.

    For example, to copy a compressed file from your home folder to another user’s home folder on a remote server:

    % scp -E ~/ImportantPapers.tgz [email protected]:/Users/username/Desktop/ImportantPapers.tgz

    You’re prompted for the user’s password.

    The -E flag preserves extended attributes, resource forks, and ACL information.

    The -r flag, which isn’t used in this example, causes scp to copy a folder and its contents.

See the scp command man page.

Manual Command To Download Files On A Mac Laptop

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