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Microsoft Excel skills are a requisite for any job requiring number crunching or organization, and is one of the most widely used business tools around. You can get by knowing Excel's most basic functions, but if you really want to make an impact at your job, you'll need to understand the more advanced features. Luckily, you can become an expert Excel user with a lifetime of professional training for just $39, over 95 percent off its retail value.

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