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It’s one thing to know how to use Microsoft Office. Chances are, you’ve rifled through its offerings at some point during the past 30 years of its reign as the planet’s most popular productivity suite. But beyond a simple Word document or a one-page spreadsheet, there’s a lot to know about REALLY using Office.

You can explore all the nooks and crannies in Office and its most popular app Excel — the places only true Microsoft pros know how to use — with this eLearnExcel and eLearnOffice training. Right now, lifetime subscriptions to this learning bundle are only $49 (over 90 percent off) in The National Memo Store.

Over eight courses featuring more than 280 lessons, you’ll get a step-by-step introduction given by Microsoft-approved experts to all of Office’s most powerful programs. With this instruction, you’ll understand the hidden nuances of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, OneNote, OneDrive, Outlook, Access and Calendar that you never knew were there before. The training even offers tests along the way, guideposts to help make sure you’re retaining what you’re learning.

On top of that, you’ll get a special extra deep dive into Microsoft Excel, still the professional gold standard for business documentation. Even if you’ve never processed raw business data or assembled calculations to perform complex formulas before, this training will make those seemingly head-scratching operations just another everyday procedure.

This package usually retails for almost $1,200, so don’t miss out on the chance to get all this Microsoft tutelage for just $49 with this limited time offer.

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