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Microsoft PowerPoint Training

How Much Does the Microsoft PowerPoint Training Cost and What's Included?

Everything you need to succeed is included in one, low tuition payment of $149.

The tuition fee entitles you to:

  • Complete online access to expert-created curriculum and practice exercises
  • Access to the online Microsoft PowerPoint training, 24/7 for 3 months
  • Complete ebook library
  • A quick reference, laminated card
  • Live student support from certified professionals
  • Preparation for the MOS PowerPoint credential

What Will I Be Learning?

The Microsoft PowerPoint training covers both beginning and advanced topics, and upon completion of the course you will be prepared to earn the MOS PowerPoint credential with skills in:

  • Inserting, editing, and formatting text
  • Formatting and viewing a presentation
  • Finalizing and delivering a presentation
  • Working with objects, tables, charts, and SmartArt
  • Collaboration with other presenters
  • Working with effects and multimedia
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