How to Fully Uninstall Microsoft Excel 2016 from Mac • Bernice Curry • 17-03-06 10:10 • 5820 Microsoft Excel 2016 is the spreadsheet app bundled in Microsoft Office 2016 (Preview). It brings many welcome improvements such as OneDrive and keyboard shortcut support. However, the lastest Mac Office suite still receives many bad, and Excel 2016 for Mac is no exception. Mac users experience many problems when they are using this app to deal with daily work.
Excel 2016 for Mac also lacks some features (like PowerPivot and macros which are only supported for Windows). Meanwhile, the Excel app is reported to regularly crash or stop responding for unknown reason. Since you come to this page, you must have tried to uninstall Microsoft Excel 2016 but encountered troubles. How can you properly uninstall Microsoft Excel 2016 from your Mac?
Follow this roadmap of training and Help topics to learn how to use Microsoft Excel for Mac 2011 in a systematic, step-by-step approach.
Read through this post to learn how to totally get rid of Excel on macOS. Prior to the uninstall, you need to stop the target app if it is running. To do so, just right click on the app icon on the Dock, and choose Quit option. If this app is frozen or fails to quit, launch Activity Monitor to perform a force quite. • Open up Activity Monitor from the Dock, Launchpad, or Spotlight. • Locate Microsoft Excel 2016, and click “Quit Process” button in the left corner. • Click on Quit in pop-up dialog, and if it doesn’t work, click Forece Quit instead.