Can Office 2013 users transfer their license from one PC to another? Well, it depends.
Microsoft recently created some confusion and controversy when it revealed that Office 2013 would be restricted to one PC. People who need to install the software on another PC are out of luck, or so it seems. Ed Bott of CNET sister site ZDNet illuminated the licensing changes in the new suite.
You can't buy Office 2013 on DVD or other media. Instead, you have to purchase a key card, which allows you to download the software. But the real kicker is that Office 2013 is activated on the PC on which you install it. Your perpetual license is stuck to that one and only PC.