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    EDYTHE R.
    US
    EDYTHE R.

    great love the new system

    Sepawo J.
    CM
    Sepawo J.

    well prepared and straight forword

    Noel M.
    IE
    Noel M.

    interesting stuff :-)

    Diana R.
    CA
    Diana R.

    I have OpenOffice, basic info. is similar to Microsoft without the perks.

    Angelo Charmant I.
    RW
    Angelo Charmant I.

    I did not understand what it means that something has to be "patched".

    MARSHA L.
    US
    MARSHA L.

    what is "fully patching" a file?

    Rachael G.
    US
    Rachael G.

    I have done all of the module topics but 1 out of 9 will not show that I completed it to get my certificate... What is going on?

    Tracy W.
    GB
    Tracy W.

    Why is my first one still red not green??

    Shivam B.
    IN
    Shivam B.

    this is so comprehensive,

    Merlene E.
    BS
    Merlene E.

    now this is awesome, I have gain so much knowledge on module. I must say I do have the 2010 version of excel and Microsoft. thank you so much

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