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how do you pass the prove it test for Microsoft Excel?



 
 
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Old June 17th 09, 09:06 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.newusers
Jerry
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Default how do you pass the prove it test for Microsoft Excel?

I applied for a job in a clerical position and they made me take a prove it
test for MS Excel and Office? Is there a link on how I can practice this test
and retake it so I can pass the prove it test?
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Old June 17th 09, 11:27 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.newusers
Gord Dibben
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Default how do you pass the prove it test for Microsoft Excel?

I would imagine the test was designed in-house by the company to which you
applied.

There is no standard "prove it test" for Office and Excel other than the
MOUS exams.

MOUS = Microsoft Office User Specialist

Search the 'net for MOUS exam or certification.


Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP

On Wed, 17 Jun 2009 13:06:01 -0700, jerry >
wrote:

>I applied for a job in a clerical position and they made me take a prove it
>test for MS Excel and Office? Is there a link on how I can practice this test
>and retake it so I can pass the prove it test?


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Old June 18th 09, 05:02 AM posted to microsoft.public.excel.newusers
Shane Devenshire[_2_]
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Default how do you pass the prove it test for Microsoft Excel?

Hi,

You might want to get a book on Excel and study up. I don't know what's hot
these days but you could try the Excel Bible by J. Walkenbach, or one of the
books by Microsoft.

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Shane Devenshire


"jerry" wrote:

> I applied for a job in a clerical position and they made me take a prove it
> test for MS Excel and Office? Is there a link on how I can practice this test
> and retake it so I can pass the prove it test?

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Old June 18th 09, 01:20 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.newusers
JLatham
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Default how do you pass the prove it test for Microsoft Excel?

I agree with all that's been written so far. In the Microsoft published
line, I'd look at the "Step by Step" books.
Since it probably was a custom test, you might also write down some of the
things that were required in it so that you can focus a little in those areas
during your studies.

"jerry" wrote:

> I applied for a job in a clerical position and they made me take a prove it
> test for MS Excel and Office? Is there a link on how I can practice this test
> and retake it so I can pass the prove it test?

 




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