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Much is said about the venerable warhorse known as Microsoft Office, but it’s still the most popular productivity suite on the planet for a reason. While you may feel you’ve got a grasp on Office’s most popular offerings like Word or Outlook, there are likely a few components of the Office package you haven’t used often.

You can get more Office-proficient today with this Ultimate Microsoft Office CPD Certification Bundle, now just $39 in The National Memo Store. You’ll get access to 12 courses, focusing on both the popular and lesser-known apps in the Office arsenal.

Your courses include:

  • Excel for Beginners – a $166 value
  • Excel Intermediate – a $166 value
  • Excel Advanced – a $166 value
  • Word for Beginners – a $166 value
  • Word for Beginners – a $166 value
  • PowerPoint for Beginners – a $166 value
  • OneDrive – a $166 value
  • OneNote – a $166 value
  • Calendar – a $166 value
  • Visio – a $166 value
  • Access – a $166 value
  • Outlook – a $166 value

With the above courses completed, you’ll understand spreadsheets, multimedia presentations, database management and more like the back of your hand. Plus, the added benefit of certifications gives you a leg up in your next job interview. These courses normally cost almost $2,000, so score this package now at over 90% off, just $39 before the deal expires.

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Three states that narrowly swung from Barack Obama in 2012 to Donald Trump in 2016 seem likely to swing back in 2020. Polling currently gives a consistent and solid lead to Democrat Joe Biden in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

Should Biden carry all three of these swing states and keep all of the states Hillary Clinton won in 2016, he will win an Electoral College majority and the presidency.

According to RealClear Politics' polling average, Biden currently enjoys a 4-point lead in Pennsylvania, a 6.4-point lead in Michigan, and a 6.7-point lead in Wisconsin.

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