Learn everything you need to know to effectively incorporate Microsoft tools into your work

This lifetime bundle will make you an expert in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams, and more.

Microsoft’s Office Suite and other tools have been around for many years and are a staple of work in the modern world, but how comfortable are you with using all of the features? This Microsoft Certification Bundle will give you everything you need to be a master at all of the tools of the trade.

You’ll get 18 different courses with 810 lectures on everything from classic tools such as Excel and Outlook to more recent additions such as Teams. All of the classes are taught by the professionals at Earn and Excel, a London-based team of consultants that teach real-world skills to make their clients more productive.

Each of the 18 different courses is extensive and in-depth, whether you’re learning or expanding your knowledge in PowerPoint, Word, Excel, SharePoint, or more.

As an example, the class on OneNote offers 58 different lessons that cover five hours of learning. You’ll start with an introduction and the basics to the tool, then in subsequent lessons learn to format text, apply styles, organize and add pages, create subpages, and so much more. By the end of the classes, which are available 24 hours a day, your notes will be highly organized, stored in a single location, and accessible from all your devices.

This bundle includes a lifetime subscription to the classes, meaning you can focus on what you need now and save the others for later. Or you can go back and review what you’ve learned at any time for as many times as necessary. Past students have found the lessons valuable, rating them from 3.8 to 4.7 out of 5.

Normally, each of the individual classes would cost $99, but you get all 18 in a bundle for a single price of $39.99. That represents a 97 percent savings from the original $1782 price tag. It’s a deal too good to pass up for anyone looking to learn about the tools that will make your work life easier.

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