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Training like Lynda.com but for databases and other MS office programs

Hi,

I am a avid online learner and a big fan of the site of the elearning site Lynda.com

However, Lynda is mostly for design and animation software and does not really have classes for advanced excel, databases or technologies like Visual basic etc.

Is there a similar online resources (i.e. moderately priced and very nicely presented learning) that I can use for excel and MS Sql learning ?

Thanks !
 
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gonzal13RetiredCommented:
Books like MS Word Bible for example come with a pdf version of the book. What I do is use Adobe PRO that allows for highlighting passages and creating your own book marks. I then put the PDF file on one monitor and open the program on the second monitor. The BIBLE series is the only one that I know that have manuals in pdf.
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gonzal13RetiredCommented:
Books like MS Word Bible for example come with a pdf version of the book. What I do is use Adobe PRO that allows for highlighting passages and creating your own book marks. I then put the PDF file on one monitor and open the program on the second monitor. The BIBLE series is the only one that I know that have manuals in pdf.
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adypipsCommented:
www.vtc.com is good more techincal then lynda.com but no so well polished though stilll good.
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