This article was published on May 29, 2018

Understand Microsoft Office like the back of your hand…and it’s only $19

Understand Microsoft Office like the back of your hand…and it’s only $19
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If you’ve ever worked in an office, ever been in an office…heck, even watched “The Office,” you’ve probably had some experience with Microsoft Office. But even though you’ve likely been noodling with the ubiquitous productivity package for decades, we’d bet there are still loads of tricks and hidden gems in Office that you never knew existed.

And we don’t just mean finding Minesweeper. We mean the likely dozens of Office apps and procedures that could speed up your tasks, improve your finished product and literally change how you spend your work hours.

Over 650,000 people in more than 50 countries have turned to eLearnOffice to boost their essential skills while working with the latest Office suite of programs. Right now, you can get eLearnOffice’s complete training package for 90 percent off — just $19.

This eLearnOffice training guides you through 42 modules featuring 600 lessons covering more than 45 hours of instruction. Each section drills deep into a wealth of hidden features laid into Office’s most popular programs, including the latest versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, OneDrive, Outlook, Access and Calendar.

This coursework isn’t just bland reading either. eLearnOffice serves up accessible study materials like easily digestible videos and short quizzes to help make sure you’re internalizing all this crucial skill-building knowledge. The training even tallies points accumulated through testing to your Microsoft Skills Score Dashboard, a one-stop reference where any prospective employer can check out your qualifications.

At this ridiculously low limited time $19 price point, it’s a lifetime of training that can pay for itself almost immediately.

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