Read&Write for Microsoft Edge

Using Read&Write for the new version of Microsoft Edge

02/12/2020Texthelp Support 2
To use Read&Write for Microsoft Edge with the new version of  Microsoft Edge you will need an O365 subscription login.   Microsoft Edge can be installed from the Microsoft website .   Now that you have downloaded the new...

Read&Write Premium/Freemium Features

04/30/2019Texthelp Support 2
Please view our Read&Write Features Matrix for premium/freemium features ...

Accessing the Take Home Version of Read&Write

06/11/2018Texthelp Support 2
If your organization has a Read&Write license with Take Home rights, students can access Read&Write when they are at home or off campus.  If your school/district uses G Suite or Office 365 organizational accounts, students can log in...

Licensing Read&Write for Microsoft Edge

12/04/2017Texthelp Support 2
Licensing Read&Write for Microsoft Edge To get started with licensing your Read&Write software, please refer to the instructions below for your license type. Your license type can be found in the email received when Read&Write ...

Deploying Read&Write for Microsoft Edge

11/01/2017Texthelp Support 2
For group or unlimited license, the extension can be distributed through the Microsoft Education or Business Store. Here's how to access the Windows store for Education Here's how to access the Windows s...

Installing Read&Write for Microsoft Edge

10/26/2017Texthelp Support 2
For single machines Read&Write for Edge can be installed from the Windows Store . Click the blue "Get" button to install. Once installed you'll see a pop-up message in Edge that you have a new extension - click "Turn it o...

How to sign in/out of Read&Write for Microsoft Edge

10/26/2017Texthelp Support 2
Once Read&Write for Microsoft Edge is installed, you’ll need to sign in with a Microsoft Office 365 account. There are two ways to do this: Go to a webpage, click the Read&Write puzzle piece, and a new tab will open prompting you to...