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Learn how to be more productive in just a matter of hours, and get up to speed on the latest version of Microsoft software by enrolling in a Microsoft Office 2013 Suite® training session offered by Minot State University Center for Extended Learning. The first four sessions, presented by Department of Business Information Technology faculty, begin Monday, March 10 and include Microsoft Office 2013 Beginning Outlook, Excel, Project and Word®.
“Whether you are a home user, student or work in banking, energy, agriculture or medicine, these courses have something to offer everyone. You will feel more confident in your abilities and be much more productive overall,” explained Amy Woodbeck, CEL education program coordinator. “And if you don’t need all four of these classes, I can help you customize any Microsoft class. We will even come to your office to train your staff.”
The first four of several planned sessions will begin March 10-13 from 8 a.m. to noon in the Jones Room (Administration Building, third floor). The cost for all 4 modules is $550, and the cost for an individual module costs $150. Participants can bring a laptop with Microsoft Office 2013 installed or one will be provided for use during the session.
To learn more about what each Microsoft Office training session is about or to register, visit http://www.minotstateu.edu/cel/ced.shtml or contact Woodbeck at amy.woodbeck@minotstateu.edu, or (701)858-3989(701)858-3989.
 
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