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Getting the most out of your Microsoft Office Training
Tue 28th November 2006
Pick the right level of course
The first thing to do is to make sure that the level of the course is right for you. If you attend one that is too simple you will be going over old ground, which may be alright if you are looking for a refresher, but not if you want to learn new skills. If you sign up to a course that is too advanced you may quickly become out of your depth and, rather than learning new skills, will just end up feeling frustrated and confused. It
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Jean went the extra mile to make sure all attendees requirements were met, always with a fun attitude.
Bringing scenarios into real world examples very much helped.
I felt the course was very good and exactly as I expected. One improvement could be to have a break between each topic and for us to do it again by ourselves, which I believe would allow the information to greater sink in.
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Excel VBA Introduction
Learnt a lot during the course. New to VBA so will practise from the files from course and use the forum as necessary.