How to fix sign in feature disabled in Office 2013

Microsoft has well integrated Office 2013 with Web and it let you to install the new templates for its components, download clip arts and animations from the online sources and other resources which are needful for your documents in the Office suite. It also allow you to save your documents onto the cloud storage services like OneDrive. There are lot of amazing features in Office 2013, which want you to be signed in. But some of our readers has complained that they are not finding sign in option or sometimes even if you find it, you will get This feature has been disabled by your administrator message when you try to sign in.

In such situations we cannot sign in to our account, so that we can personalize our experience with Office. Here we are going to show you how to fix this issue.

How to fix sign in feature disabled in Office 2013

  • Press Win+R keys to launch RUN dialog box and type Regedt32.exe and press enter to open Registry Editor.
  • Here in the left side, navigate to
    HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftOffice15.0CommonSignIn

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  • Here in the right side pane, you will find the SignInOptions named DWORD and the value assigned to it will be and double click on this DWORD to change this.

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  • This will pop up a small window where you need to change value to and click on OK. You can also delete the DWORD as well and close the Registry Editor and reboot your system for the changes to take effect.

That’s it, your problem would be solved now and you can sign into Office 2013.

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