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-> am in the process of reading through hundreds of job offers that go i
-> great detail about how much Microsoft Word for Windows experience the
Get it and learn it. It's only software, after all. Get the others and
learn them too, it's good practice.
In my opinion, it's not a lot different from knowing how to drive a Ford
but not a Chevy. IOW no big deal...
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