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Master Microsoft Office with these fantastic training courses from Infinite Skills
The latest version of Microsoft's popular office suite, Office 2013, is now available to buy from all major retailers. While OpenOffice remains a viable alternative for many, those that want the very best, cutting edge office suite still look to Microsoft Office for their productivity needs.
Several of our readers have asked us about a training course for Microsoft Office. Currently we do not have the resources to produce one in-house, so we searched the internet for the best Office training materials. Our associates at Infinite Skills produce a number of fantastic Office 2010 and 2013 training courses on both DVD and digital download and you can now purchase several of these courses through us. What's more, you can even view a large number of the lessons from each course for free, here on Top-Windows-Tutorials.com!
Currently, you can view lessons from and optionally purchase the following Microsoft Office courses. Click on each course title to view more details about its content and to view the free lessons from that course.
Office 2010 Introduction - This is a great course for those looking for an introduction to Office 2010 or for those of you who are familiar with previous versions.
Office 2013 Introduction - This is another great course for those looking for an introduction to Office 2013 or for those of you who are familiar with previous versions.
Learning Microsoft Word 2010 - This fantastic, feature packed course will take you from beginner to professional Microsoft Word 2010 user. Ideal for users of all abilities.
Microsoft Excel 2010 Training - A comprehensive but easy to follow course covering all aspects of this super powerful spreadsheet package.
Microsoft Excel 2013 Training - A Concise, informative and broadcast-quality Microsoft Excel 2013 training course.
We really believe that these are the best Microsoft Office training courses available on the internet and we're delighted to offer them to our readers.
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