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Microsoft Excel 103
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This class follows Excel 102. In this class we will learn how to set up an income and expenses sheet. We will learn tricks for working on large spreadsheets. We will learn print and page setup options, and how to work with data across multiple sheets.

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Comment from Richard Rost @ 1/23/2008
No, you don't have to re-purchase them. When you buy one of my courses, you own it for life. What you can do is log on to your account at http://www.599cd.com/accountinfo (you might need to use your old email address - whatever one you bought your courses with) and you should be able to get your passwords there. If not (if those don't work) then please let me know.
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Comment from Phil Gatchell @ 1/20/2008
Richard: During the 2006 and probably 2007, I took many of your courses ASP101, Word 101-103; Excel 101-204; Plus Power Point, Outlook; Photoshop;Quick Books; Windows;Front Page and Internet. I enjoyed these classes and they have defintely improved my quality of work. I retired at 70 yrs of age 6 years ago. I am still doing the finances of the veterans here in Heidelberg, Mannheim and Darmstadt, Germany, as well as the American Legion in Heidelberg. Many time I go back to your lessons to pick up something I've forgotten (and that is quite often these days). I tried to open Excel 103 and 104 and evidently the passwords have changed because it says I have the wrong p/w. I have a list of all my courses w/passwords on disk in my safe. I'm wondering if you had a time limit on them? Do I have to reorder these courses to get them to play again? I can play 101 and 102, but 103 and 104 p/w are wrong or expired. Please let me know what I have to do to play my 103-104; 201-204 classes again. Thank you. I have a new email as the t-online was too expensive.
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