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Microsoft Office 2016: Word, Excel, PowerPoint Quick Start Guides

Microsoft Office 2016: Word, Excel, PowerPoint Quick Start Guides
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Microsoft released Office 2016 earlier this year with some interesting Office 365 features, apps and improved user-interface. While the new Office apps come with a simpler interface, some still might need the user guides. In this post we will learn about some official Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2016 Quick Start Guides.
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