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Upgrading from Office 2010 to Office 2013? Get used to the new interface and touch controls, and explore the latest features in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Get more done with Windows 8.1. Learn time-saving techniques and keyboard shortcuts for finding files, managing your display, optimizing system performance, and much more.
Learn how to easily work face-to-face with anyone anywhere with GoToMeeting.
Get up to speed with all the features in Windows 8.1, including gestures, apps, security enhancements, and more.
Learn how to conference, collaborate, and share screens with Lync.
Teaches you the basics of working with documents in Word 2013, from creating and editing to formatting text.
Shows you all the essential features you'll need to jump-start Windows 8—whether you work with it closely at the office or use it casually at home.
Explores how Visio 2007 can be used to create business and planning documents such as flow charts and floor layouts.
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