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hi,

i have a friend who recently spent some time in my office, and i found him to be lacking in his computer skills.  i am looking for a training set of diskets which are progressive in nature and build his skills from the ground up.
i used to have something like that in MS word, and it made my general computer skills stronger.  it was called PTS  personal training system.

if i had my druthers, the software would be loaded, and in his laptop talking to him as he follows the instructions using word...

can anyone make a sugestion?
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I think that you shall try the official training from MS.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/training/
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Self-study Microsoft Word training software on CDs or DVDs.
http://www.cbtplanet.com/videos/cbt/microsoft-desktop-training/word.htm
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