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"If you have a technology certification that verifies your skills, that makes a big difference to employers when they screen, hire, and train employees. Employers rely on the objectivity and consistency of a technology certification to know that their workforce is competent—that they can be spared the trouble and expense of training you. You can use a technology certification to prove that you have the skills you need to succeed."
Designed to help you practice and prepare for four Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exams, this all-in-one study guide features:
Use the in-depth exam prep, practice, and review to help advance your proficiency with Microsoft Office—and earn the credential that proves it.
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MOS 2010 Study Guide for Microsoft® Word Expert, Excel® Expert, Access®, and SharePoint®
Publisher: Microsoft Press
By John Pierce, Geoff Evelyn
Print ISBN: 9780735657885 Ebook ISBN: 9780735657878
Print Price: $44.99 Ebook Price: $35.99
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