EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY

Master Microsoft Office within 44 Lessons with The $40 e-Learning Bundle

Microsoft | May 12, 2021

Master Microsoft Office within 44 Lessons with The $40 e-Learning Bundle
PowerPoint, Excel, and Word are all programs that can be used to create presentations. Microsoft's Office suite is widely used. It is not only a required thing on your resume, but it is also a necessary skill to use regularly. Make sure your Microsoft Office skills are up to scratch by going over the program's key functions in detail.

The Typesy Teaches Microsoft Office eLearning kit can walk you through the most relevant applications of PowerPoint, Excel, and Word, so you can use them at work, school, or at home. Choose from over 44 courses that will teach you everything you need to know about Microsoft Office, from the fundamentals to more specialized functionality. Typesy encompasses everything you need to know to improve your productivity and the variety of what you can achieve with these apps, regardless of the field or current work.

Each lesson is divided into manageable chunks of time so that you can incorporate them into your already hectic schedule. If you take one lesson a day, you'll learn new skills every day and have a better understanding of Office in less than six weeks.

Typesey's step-by-step guidelines provide you with practical skills so that you can use Microsoft Office with faith and ease, from setting up the applications and formatting a Word document for printing to giving a stellar PowerPoint presentation and crunching data with Excel.

Via efficient, no-frills tutorials, Typesey's straightforward and intuitive teaching style will introduce you to the most critical elements of this software. Typesey's structure and instructors are trusted by major employers and organizations all over the world, and they can mentor you, sharing their experience in easy-to-understand ways.

With 44 expert-taught, comprehensive courses, take advantage of this offer to develop and refresh your Word, PowerPoint, and Excel skills. Typesy Teaches Microsoft Office has slashed the price of a lifetime subscription to just $39.99.

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The disruption to our children’s lives from COVID-19 has been significant and has also accelerated changes to education models that may outlast the pandemic. Some schools will open with 100 percent remote instruction. Some will begin on campus fulltime and pivot if necessary. Others will try a blended approach spanning in-class and remote. One thing we know for certain is that children, their families, and educators are facing a host of pressing challenges in every sphere of life.

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