Save 89% ($247) off a Microsoft Excel Pro Training for Mac & PC - get it for just $29

Today's highlighted deal comes from our Online Courses section of Neowin Deals, where you can save 89% off a Microsoft Excel Pro Training for Mac & PC. Four courses and 49 hours of content to turn You into your office's Excel wizard.

Normally $276, now just $29

What's it all about?

Microsoft Excel is the world's leading spreadsheet software, used extensively in just about every industry. If there was ever a single software worth learning, it's Excel. Over 4 broad, CPD-accredited courses, and 49 hours of content, you'll dive into Microsoft Excel 2013 and 2016, for both PC and Mac, taking your skills from beginner to advanced. Whether you use Excel as a student or a professional, you'll learn to use all the charting, math, statistical, organizational, and text functions you need to become a bona fide Excel ninja.

For a full description, certification and instructor info, click here and view the corresponding tab.

How do you benefit?

This Microsoft Excel Pro Training for Mac & PC normally costs $276, but you can pick it up for just $29 for a limited time; that's a saving of $247. You can even get $10 credit if you share the deal with friends.

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