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Word Intermediate & Advanced

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Word Intermediate & Advanced

Could you please provide the exercises for both the Word Intermediate and Word Advanced courses? I have both workbooks,but need the exercises to practice and learn with.

RE: Word Intermediate & Advanced

Hi Kristina,

Glad to hear you have the course workbooks.
I'm sure we can support with your request

We can't locate your account as it appears you've logged in as a guest user. So we can get you the files you've requested please can you email us at info@stl-training.co.uk

We'll help as soon as that comes through to the Team

Please don't put your email address on here as this is a public forum.

Kind regards

Richard Bailey
Microsoft Certified Trainer

RE: Word Intermediate & Advanced

Hi Richard,

I have created an account now, so if your could email through the exercises for Word Intermediate and Advanced that would be wonderful.



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