Are you new to Microsoft Office 2010, or maybe you have been using Microsoft Office 2010 for years and are looking to expand your knowledge and proficiency in using Microsoft Office to do more? Either way, you should check out the free Skills Builder video series from the Microsoft Office Team that provides you with a series of “How To” videos to help you improve/add-on to your existing Microsoft Office 2010 skills.
There are several different series, including:
Includes video trainings such as:
As I mentioned above, whether you are new to Microsoft Office 2010 or a seasoned user, the Skills Builder video series can probably show you a thing or two about Microsoft Office 2010 to help you improve your current skills and help you become even more efficient with the tools you have at your fingertips. I hope you find this series helpful and I’ll look to post a few other Microsoft Office resources for you in the near future. Speaking of Office 2010 resources, if you haven’t yet read my Microsoft Office 2010 resources and information for you post, you probably should as there are a bunch of resources included there for you too.
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Not everyone that uses Windows has a Windows phone (I'm a Mac user, have an Android phone, and support Windows at work).
Could you either make an Android app available, or specifically mention the phone requirements here to avoid people wasting bandwidth ? (yes, here in Australia it *is* not cheap)