Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Office 2003 & Microsoft Outlook 2010 training materials required.

Posted on 2011-10-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I am looking for user friendly Microsoft training materials.

I have come across the following already:


The Microsoft training is very good but maybe too broken down and quite text heavy which may not engage users.

I do like the custom guide materials from what I have seen too

But i'd still like to consider other opions if there are any as we would potentially commit a lot of time and finiancial resources to whichever training we go with.
Question by:auraorange
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    MS ELearning

    I have always found this to be a good resource for end users. It is also broken down somewhat....
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    Hi auraorange,

    Here is a link for a site that you can download free PDF's from relating to Microsoft Office Applications (Most versions)

    Hope it helps :)
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    Both learning links look good.

    There are some good materials on mouse training, not sure if they are free or if they are in an unsecure directory though as I couldn't find the link to that page from the main site.

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