Learn MS Office 2011 for Mac [Deals]

Learn MS Office 2011 for Mac [Deals]

Yeah it’s the set of apps we love to hate—Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac. I know, it’s all be downhill since Word 6.0, but still MS Office is the standard for sending and receiving files. Myself, I’ve always liked Excel and I taught myself how to use Pivot Tables, but it wasn’t fun or easy. When I told other people “Oh, just use a Pivot Table and you can do all of that…” their response was “That’s too hard to learn, I’ll do it the way I’ve been doing it…”

Wow.

So how would you like to tap into all the features of MS Office 2011? Really learn it inside and out? Now you can with today’s deal—Microsoft Office for Mac Video Training Bundle for only $79! That’s almost a 60% discount off the usual $196!

Here’s what you get:

Microsoft Word 2011 Video Course (4.5 hours of video content)

Get a fast and effective guide to the world’s most widely used word processing tool with this video course!

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to create professional quality letters, manuals and presentation-ready documents with one of the world’s leading office productivity tools.
  • How to manipulate and implement text and data within complex projects and workflows, including marketing and email campaigns.
  • How to create fully compatible documents and projects that can be accessed by users working with Office for Mac products as well as Windows counterparts.

Microsoft Powerpoint 2011 Video Course (4.5 hours of video content)

Utilize the powerful hands-on resource for learning the world’s most popular professional presentation tool with this video course.

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to create professional quality presentations, slideshows and basic animations with one of the world’s leading office productivity tools.
  • How to manipulate and implement information and multimedia a wide range of projects.
  • How to create fully compatible documents and projects that can be accessed by users working with Office for Mac products as well as Windows counterparts.

Microsoft Outlook 2011 Video Course (3.5 hours of video content)

Cover a wide range of the program’s functionality, from powerful email functions to calendar features to comprehensive task management, calendar features and notes with this video course!

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to create professional quality emails, professional notes and boardroom-ready events and invitations with one of the world’s leading office communications tools.
  • How to manipulate and implement contact and organizational data data across a wide range of projects and accounts.
  • How to create fully compatible meetings, contact cards and messages that can be accessed by users working with Office for Mac products as well as Windows counterparts.

Microsoft Excel 2011 Video Course (5.5 hours of content)

Lastly, learn how to effectively use the many dangerously power features and functions of MS Excel with this video course.

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to create professional quality spreadsheets, workbooks and presentation-ready charts with one of the world’s leading office productivity tools.
  • How to manipulate and implement data across a wide range of projects.
  • How to create fully compatible documents and projects that can be accessed by users working with Office for Mac products as well as Windows counterparts.

You can get each of the courses on their own for $29 (which is a 40% savings on its own!) or get the bundle of all the courses for only $79 (saves you $37!). Remember the $79 gets you almost $200 worth of training…that’s a 39% savings for the entire bundle!

If you really want to set up your game with MS Office and learn how to really use these apps pick up the MS Office 2011 training bundle now.

  • Scott Nejedlo

    So ate you getting the apps or the training videos and the apps? Or just he training videos?

  • gavernmusic

    Why would I buy this? I mean when I have Pages, Numbers & Keynote that come with free tutorials and produce much easier and nicer quality documents than MS Office. Not to mention the fact the iWork is a lot nicer looking and much easier to learn and much less messy with its layout and tool bars etc? Just saying. Saving me $200 for what exactly??

  • mr_bee

    or ….  you could use a word processor that you don’t need to take an entire course just to understand it’s use!  :)

    Seriously, unless you are going to secretarial school, no one should need a course to understand how to use software like word processors and spread sheets.  One certainly shouldn’t need to pay for this knowledge. 
  • HickmanByron

    as Annie responded I am impressed that a mother can make $5963 in a few weeks on the computer. did you read this website (Click on menu Home more information)  http://goo.gl/UEq3y


  • cjjenks

    Tris, what’s your cut?

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Tris Hussey

Tris Hussey is a technologist, best-selling author, teacher, Canada’s first professional blogger, and general Internet Rogue. He has written several books on social media and technology including Create Your Own Blog (1st and 2nd editions), Using WordPress, Sam’s Teach Yourself Foursquare in 10 Minutes, WordPress Essentials (video lessons), and Sam’s Teach Yourself WordPress Themes in 24 Hours (forthcoming in late 2012 with Catherine Winters). You can read Tris’ posts on TrisHussey.com and other sites around the Internet.

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