Mike-Mike wrote: »
anyone have them? would they be good for someone like me who is working support desk and supporting office applications? or is it more for secretary types?
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TheSuperRuski wrote: »
Do the certifications have a troubleshooting objective or are they just about all the cool features they have? If they do, than it might help you but then again you already have the job.
To answer your question, the only people I have heard of looking to get office certifications were secretaries but that is just my experience.
Mike-Mike wrote: »
N2IT, you actually made me think of it, didn't you say at one point you were studying Excel?
Hypntick wrote: »
I can see the Excel one being useful for system admins. Saw on a video for 70-640 the guy made a batch file with Excel of all the names he needed added to the OU, was pretty impressive. Maybe not take the Excel cert test, but it wouldn't hurt to have that type of knowledge, anything that can make your job/life easier is never a bad thing.
Chivalry1 wrote: »
Hello All. I obtained these certifications, MOS Master 2003 was a requirement for my job at the time. I actually found the certification track really interesting.
I used to work for a consulting company in which one of my duties included teaching training courses to clients. Some of my clients included SouthTrust Bank, Regions Bank, Mercedes and Honda automotive plants. I taught beginner, intermediate, and advanced courses in all the Microsoft Office Applications; Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Outlook.
The Certs where simple considering the courses I was teaching. I benefited the most from Excel Expert cert and it was the hardest of the 5 exams These days I am no expert in Microsoft Office however that was 9 years ago.