How to Install and License SPSS Statistics 28 for Windows

 

Installing

 

1. After downloading a copy of SPSS from our Software Distribution Website, navigate to your download folder and launch the installation wizard.

 

2. Upon opening the installation wizard, you will be prompted by some information about the licensed materials. Click "Next" to proceed.

 

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3. On the next page, read through the license agreement. Select "I accept the terms in the license agreement", then click "Next".

 

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4. Choose the location where SPSS will be stored on your computer. We recommend leaving it as the default option. Click "Next".

 

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5. Review the installation setting you have set. Once ready, click "Install" to begin the installation process for SPSS.

 

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6. Wait for SPSS to finish installing, then click "Finish" to complete the download. SPSS is now installed on your computer.

 

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Licensing

1. The Activate IBM SPSS Statistics window will appear after the installation is complete. Select "Launch License Wizard".

 

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2. The IBM SPSS Statistics Licensing status window will appear. Click "Next".

 

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3. In the Product Authorization window, select "Authorized User License", then click "Next".

 

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4. Enter the authorization code you received when you placed your order on the Software Distribution site (this can be found by going into Your Account/Orders under your profile). Click "Add" then "Next".

 

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5. Once the authorization is successful, click "Next".

 

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6. The last step is to click "Finish". SPSS 28 has been successfully installed and activated.

 

 

 

 

 

If you have any questions or issues with the installation / licensing for SPSS, please reach out to the Help Centre at IThelp@uoguelph.ca or 519-824-4120 ext. 58888. Please include the following in your message:

 

  • device details - personal vs. University-supplied device, operating system
  • the step in this guide that you are having an issue with (if applicable) 

 

 
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