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Look on the Microsoft website under training and certification. Then
find the Microsoft Office Users Specialist (MOUS) graphic and go there.
It explains the whole thing about the tests for each Office application
and even lists the topics covered on the tests. I printed these out and
am reviewing the stuff I'm weak on. I plan to knock off the Word Expert
exam soon and should be able to pass FrontPage, Outlook, and PowerPoint
too. I'm not so great on Excel and Access, so I'll have to really study
those. When you pass them all, Microsoft awards a special Office Expert
Microsoft Certified Professional