Daily Deal: Microsoft Office Mastery Bundle

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Even with the rising popularity of Google Drive and other online productivity apps, Microsoft Office is still king in the corporate world (probably due to inertia more than any other reason). You can brush up on your skills with the $39 Microsoft Office Mastery Bundle. They’re offering courses in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and SharePoint Access (note that you need to have these programs in order to complete the instruction). You will gain access to hundreds of hours of material for 12 months so you can learn at your own speed.

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Lawrence D’Oliveiro says:

The MS Office GUI Is Showing Its Age

That “Ribbon” UI was created in the days before modern widescreen monitors became popular. It takes up too much of the height of your monitor, reducing the amount of your document you can see at once.

Whereas LibreOffice, as well as being Free, has a “sidebar”, which sits to the side of your document view, without obstructing it. This is a much more efficient UI.

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