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Earn Some Smarts With an Exclusive Price on Excel Courses and Microsoft Office

It’s hard out there for a person right now, and the corporate world is not making things any better (no matter how hard they try). You may be totally fine at your job, but what’s it going to take for you to be happy? If your career isn’t cutting it, try out VBA with this The Ultimate Excel VBA Certification Bundle and Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2021 for Windows: Lifetime License. It’s at an exclusive $59.99 price during our Deal Days sale, which runs until July 14.

This deal is a two-parter, so keep up if you can, because we’re running through it in less than 300 words (obviously to give you more time to explore your Office Suite). The first is the inclusion of Microsoft Office Professional 2021 for Windows: Lifetime License. You’ll get the whole Microsoft family under one digital blanket until you’re ashes to ashes and dust to dust (sorry for being morbid, we’re going through it like everyone else). Included are the reliable tools you know and love like MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, OneNote, Publisher, and Access all for both business and pleasure use.

Part two of this bundle is a set of VBA courses you’ll need to seal those deals. With 42 hours of content and a boatload of lessons, you’ll take away super helpful tips and tricks like how to be confident using jpg, gif, png, and other image types in Excel, customize your VBA Editor, understand all the Toolbars and options,  interact with the end-user with MessageBoxes and InputBoxes, and so much more.

The courses are taught and crafted by resident Excel instructor Daniel Strong. Strong is not only a teacher, but he’s also a coder, programmer, and good support to have in your VBA back pocket. He knows a thing or two about how to succeed in the VBA world and can teach you to do the same.

Get The Ultimate Excel VBA Certification Bundle and Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2021 for Windows: Lifetime License for $59.99 (Reg. $609).

Prices subject to change.

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