You can search for Microsoft Office 2016 and install it that way or you can create an empty bottle and install it that way (you'll need to have a local file to install from either way, I used a .ISO file). If you do the former, the number of icons for apps installed is a lot less (you just get the main apps - Word, Excel, etc.), however, if you do the latter, you get lots of app icons for all of the little things/programs as well. Also, if you create your own bottle, you'll need to install the Core Fonts as well as MSXML 6 SP2 into your bottle to get it to work. So far I have only installed Word, PowerPoint and Excel due to space limitations on my Chromebook. I have not been successful in getting PowerPoint to work yet, but Word and Excel seem to run fine. Also, the Configuring Office 2016 app. keeps popping up after successful installation. I have let if finish and reboot, not reboot, not let it finish, and it still just keeps popping up. You'll also get the "Install Important Updates" dialog a little while after successful installation. I have chosen to do updates later, and go ahead and do them now and have not seen any affect yet.