You Can Master Every Microsoft Office Program with This Comprehensive Instruction

Practically everyone who’s worked in an office (or even at home) in the past three decades is at least somewhat familiar with Microsoft Office—the globally-recognized, gold standard collection of productivity and business software. No presentation is complete without Powerpoint, no budget proposal is trusted without Excel, and drafting papers on anything besides Word is blasphemous.

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Watch the video: Word Beginner Tutorial (January 2022).