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Microsoft Office Certification

Want to PROVE your Microsoft Office skills?

Then become Microsoft Office certified!

Microsoft Office Specialists are a part of a global community of distinguished achievers. This Microsoft credential tells the world you have demonstrated proficiency in the world’s foremost desktop computing applications. Microsoft certifications (based on globally recognized standards) demonstrate your computing skills and help advance your career prospects in a competitive job market.

Microsoft Office Specialist certifications are primarily for office workers who use Microsoft Office programs as a vital part of their job functions. These certifications cover the entire Microsoft Office Suite, encompassing Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook and Access, as well as Windows Vista.

Certification types:

Microsoft Office Specialist (Core)

Complete one of the following:

  • Word
  • Excel
  • PowerPoint
  • Outlook
  • Access

Microsoft Office Expert

Choose one of the following:

  • Excel expert
  • Word expert

Microsoft Office Master

Complete all of the following:

  • Excel expert
  • Word expert
  • PowerPoint

Plus one of the following:

  • Outlook
  • Access

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Did you know…? Interesting software stats

Did you know…?

  • There are 100 million more PC’s than 10 years ago
  • 91.46% of all computer users have Microsoft Windows
  • An estimated 1 billion users worldwide use Microsoft Office
  • 77% of Mac users use Microsoft Office

So, to keep up with the other 999,999,999 users learn more about Microsoft Office today!

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For thought…

An Action without a Date is just a Dream…

Who says Social Media is not here to stay?

Here are some interesting statistics about the Internet that I read the other day:

  • Google has recently estimated that the internet today currently contains around 5 million terabytes of data or 5 billion gigabytes.
  • Google employs over 25,000 people globally
  • 247 billion emails are sent daily, of this amount 81% are Spam emails!
  • 87% of mobile internet users will access the internet more than once per day
  • Facebook has more than 6 million pageviews per minute and 2.5 billion images are uploaded each month.
  • You Tube serves over 1 billion videos per day
  • There are 50 million ‘Tweets’ performed each day, thats 600 per second!
  • Google is by far Australia’s most used search engine with over 87% of the AU marketshare (data is based on total number of searches performed on all search engines in the 4 weeks leading up to the 3/07/2010)
  • Top Australian websites for June 2010 were, Google, Nine MSN, You Tube, ebay and Yahoo 7
  • 95% of all music downloaded from the internet is pirated
  • There are over 400 million Facebook members globally, 50% of them on any given day logon to Facebook!
  • 25% (100 million) of those users access Facebook on a mobile device
  • Teenagers spend on average 31 hours on the internet per week, this is compared to 4 hours on homework!