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Save over $1,000 on The Ultimate Microsoft Office Mastery Bundle


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For job seekers, no software package is as important to learn as Microsoft Office. It, after all, boasts a selection of titles that are considered by practically everyone to be the gold standard in productivity. Want to become an expert but need to stick to a budget? Check out The Ultimate Microsoft Office Mastery Bundle, currently discounted by over $1,000.

This e-training bundle is flexible, fast and, above all else, affordable. It offers students access to twelve courses that explain the basics of popular MS Office titles like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. It then shows them some pretty advanced techniques for each title so they’ll walk away prepared to tackle challenges head on. The courses are available for life so you can go at your own pace, and you’ll receive a certificate upon completion that proves your expertise.

It’s important to note that these courses will equip you to use the latest 2019 versions of each title. And, because there are always a handful of organizations that use older software, you’ll also receive access to courses that’ll teach you how to use the previous 2016 versions as well, essentially preparing you to work virtually anywhere. 

The bottom line is that job seekers who have expert knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access will have an easier time securing employment than those that don’t. Position yourself to be the successful applicant — and save over $1000 — by purchasing The Ultimate Microsoft Office Mastery Bundle, offered to readers now for just $39.99.

Software not included. Prices are subject to change.

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