It can be silly for some but I am pretty new on Linux and crossover.
So I have ubuntu 18.04 and I downloaded crossover following some tuto.
I'd like to have Excel 2016 on my desktop and when i'm trying to choose the installer file within crossover, I do not have an appropriate .exe file to run to get excel 2016. On the video, the guy had an .ISO (office-2016 pro-32 bit.iso) file that I did not get from the downloading. From this .iso, there a setup.exe file that I also did not get from the downloading.
I assume I need the iso file, should I download it ? If yes, do you have a source I can trust ?
Thank you so much in advance for helping me on this.
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