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Where Did The Combos Go?
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Facebook Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   12 years ago

I get asked this question at least once a week by people who have been loyal customers for years. "Where did the combo package deals go?"

I used to have several "combo" packages available for a discounted price. For example, you could buy my Excel Beginner Combo (101, 102, 103, and 104) for one set price at a discount.

But then I would always get people who would say, "I purchased Excel 101 by itself to try out your courses. Can I get a discount on the Combo package without Excel 101?" So I would have to manually put an order in for them.

Now what I've done is to have the web site automatically give you a QUANTITY DISCOUNT based on the total of your order. This new quantity discount is actually BETTER than the old combo package prices.

This also helps people who only buy Excel 101 and then come back and want more classes... they don't have to contact customer service to get a "deal" on the combo package.

So, the new system is better for all of my customers, and better for me - less work for everyone, and a BIGGER discount the more you buy.

Enjoy! Keep learning.

Can I order lesson out off sequence Link 
Lawrence B 
5 years ago
Can I order lesson out off sequence?

Reply from Alex Hedley:

Yeah, you an order courses in what ever sequence you'd like but it's advised to work on them in order as they usually follow on from previous lessons and if you don't have the additional content it might not work as expected. Read More...
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Where Did The Combos Go Link 
6 years ago
If I buy the download version.  Can I play the version without connecting to the internet.

Reply from Richard Rost:

Yes. Once you buy a course, you can watch it online or you can download it to play offline. Once you've downloaded it to your PC, you can watch it wherever/whenever you like (on a plane, for example). See FAQS. Read More...
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which CD i should order Link 
Jason Lo 
7 years ago
I would like to learn the "Check Register" form with income, exp, subtotal and balance, Which CD should i order
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Question Access to get the right lessons Link 
Ben Chua     
9 years ago
Mr. Rost,

I can create tables, forms, queries, reports and I also understand the relationships.

But My problem is working on retrieving information from tables/queries to be automatically entered in a form. Creating Job Quotes for example, how do to show the datafields in the form by clicking one field for example a TDJob number. Also using multiple tables. Read More...
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word 2007 Link 
Richard Rost 
11 years ago
Evelyn, all of my beginner tutorials are still (and will always be) just $5.99. However, as I move up into the intermediate and advanced tutorials, I have to raise the price because there are fewer students at each level. Read More...
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