free and fully functional trial version

30-day trial. The trial version of Articho is fully functional during the 30-day trial period. Beyond this period, certain functions remain accessible.

Compatibility. Articho is compatible with Microsoft Word for Windows, versions 2010 and later. Articho is not compatible with Word for Mac OS. If you own a Mac and do not have access to a PC running Windows, the BootCamp program, provided free by Apple, allows you to install a Windows system on your Mac and boot on either system. See Install Windows on your Mac with Boot Camp page, on Apple’s website.

DigiCert Certification. Articho is authenticated. The installation program and Articho code are digitally signed by a control and validation certificate from DigiCert, the international certification body.

Installation. To install Articho, run the installer, then run Word. Articho tab now appears on the Word ribbon, to the right of the View tab.


Articho has been successfully tested in multiple configurations: Word 10, Word 2013 and Word 365, 32 and 64 bit versions, under Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 systems. However, if you encounter any difficulties, do not hesitate to contact us via this page.

Antivirus. If you use an antivirus, it may prevent the download and execution of the Articho installer or generate a Windows error message. Articho and its installation program are authenticated and certified by DigiCert, the international certification body. You can disable the antivirus for the duration of the installation, then reactivate it with confidence.

To extend the free trial version from 15 to 30 days and to be kept informed of articho’s evolutions, please provide us with your email address (optional).

We will send you a mail with a personal activation key to double your free trial period from 15 to 30 days.