Excel 2011 Mac 14.7.7: Confirmed Compatible (Recommended for Mac OS Mojave or earlier)
Excel 2016 Mac 15.37: Testing in progress, No known issues.
Excel 2019 Mac 16.19: Testing in progress, No known issues.
Excel 2019 Mac 16.34: Testing in progress, No known issues.
Excel 2019 Mac 16.55: Currently being evaluated for recommendation, email firstname.lastname@example.org
macOS High Sierra: No known issues.
macOS Mojave: No known issues.
macOS Catalina: Testing is ongoing. No known issues. (Excel 16.34 recommended) email email@example.com
macOS Big Sur: Testing in ongoing. No known issues. (Excel 16.34 recommended) email firstname.lastname@example.org
macOS Monterey: Testing in ongoing. No known issues. (Excel 16.34 recommended) email email@example.com
If you have any questions please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. If you would like a visual guide please download the Hot Budget User Guide available on this page.
Please review the compatibility requirements above before using Hot Budget.
Watch a license activation video via YouTube.
Download a Hot Budge 2.6 template from our website.
Open Hot Budget™ on the computer you want to license.
Enable macros and wait for the next prompt to appear.
Select ‘Setup’ and follow the instructions moving forward.
Enter your order number and purchase date in the fields requesting that information. The order number is case sensitive.
Continue following the prompt until your license is activated.
If your activation fails please send contact email@example.com. We will need your order number.
Please note, licenses are processed manually during business hours. Our office hours are Monday – Friday, 9am – 6pm PST (excluding holidays).
IMPORTING – Hot Budget 2.4 or 2.5 (or expired budget) to 2.6
If you have Excel open go to the Excel menu and select Quit Excel. Do not skip this step.
Open your Hot Budget 2.4 or 2.5 and disable macros.
Download Hot Budget 2.6 from our website.
Open the Hot Budget 2.6 and enable macros.
Go to the Cost Summary Page toolbar via Hot Budget 2.6. Click on the Tools button > Import > Select Source File.
Check off the data you want to import & click Import.
Revise your document and make any changes needed. Some of the Project information area (Location days, Shoot Days, etc on the Cost Summary Page) and the Additional Billings section will need to be transferred manually.
Microsoft Excel for Mac Downloads
Excel 2011, Version 14.7.7
We have confirmed that Excel 14.7.7 functions as expected when installed on macOS Mojave (10.14), High Sierra, and Sierra. Excel 2011 is no longer supported my Microsoft but it is still available for purchase from third parties. Hot Bricks is not affiliated with the purchasing source provided here. Please report any issues to firstname.lastname@example.org