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November 12, 2016

The Microsoft Office 2016 Certification Training Bundle can help you ace your next interview (96 per cent off)

by John_A

There are plenty of skills you can learn to boost your resume, but few are as universally recognized as Microsoft Office.

The world’s leading office software, Microsoft Office is an undisputed staple in nearly every work environment. With the Microsoft Office 2016 Certification Training Bundle, you can become a bona fide pro with Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word—all for only £31.16 ($39 USD)

Make your way through over 160 units of training, and you’ll learn how to navigate using the dashboards in all the Microsoft Office programs. Loaded with training at the beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels, this course is perfect for getting a complete understanding of everything MS Office. And diving into Excel, you’ll learn how to craft streamlined spreadsheets using time-saving formulas and calculations.

From there, you’ll explore Access and discover how to import and export mounds of data for your databases. That way, you’ll have all your information ready to create advanced invoices, tables, graphs, and other data visualization tools.

What’s more, this collection will walk you through building decks in PowerPoint, so you can artfully convey your ideas in the workspace. Combine this with some extra training in Outlook and Word, and you’ll emerge a total MS Office expert.

The Microsoft Office 2016 Certification Training Bundle would normally run you £798 ($999 USD), but Pocket-lint readers can save big and pick it up on sale for just £31.16 ($39 USD).

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