Thursday, January 9, 2014

Running Microsoft Access applications on an Apple MacBook Air.

I'd never really considered running Microsoft Access applications on an Apple Mac until recently. I purchased an Apple MacBook Air and wondered if I could run my Microsoft Access business applications on the MacBook Air.

After a bit of research I decided first to run Windows XP with Office 2007 on the MacBook Air. This all worked. I then decided to run Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2013. Now while there are some compromises, I'm now able to use the portability of the MacBook Air, the long battery life, but still retain the ability to run all my existing Microsoft Access applications.

With Windows XP soon to reach end-of-life, now is a good to review whether or not the MacBook Air or Apple Mac computers are a good option for you.

If you require assistance going down this path call someone who has tested this approach and is using it on a daily basis.

Kelvin Eldridge
Call: 0415 910 703

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