Re: Microsoft Office Specialist Certification
Does anyone currently have their Microsoft Office Specialist Certification in Microsoft Word or any other Microsoft programs?
I guess I've been living under a rock. I've never even *heard* of
such certifications. I don't have them, nor am I certified at
using a mouse, nor at reading my e-mail.
--Peter, who wonders if he needs to get certified for lunch.
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