After a decade of using Windows as my primary operating system, I recently switched back to using a MacBook Air as my primary computer. Making the switch has meant re-learning a couple of little things. It has also meant installing some software that I always took for granted while using Windows.
I don’t use Excel as part of my daily work so I don’t think about it until I need it. That’s why I didn’t install it as soon as I got my MacBook Air like some other people might have done. Fortunately, the process of installing Excel on a Mac is easy and took just a minute so it didn’t interrupt my work flow when I suddenly needed it.
If you, like me, have recently made the switch to Mac and find yourself needing to install some Microsoft products like Excel, watch my short video below. In the video below I demonstrate how to install Excel on a Mac.