Mazille wrote:No, absolutely not. From a student of your age I'd expect nothing less. Sorry.
LucidFlight wrote:Moderate proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite of programs - Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and maybe even Outlook and Access - is, in my opinion, part of a basic set of IT skills ...
chairman bill wrote:and haven't used Outlook since the mid 1990s.
chairman bill wrote:Proficiency in any single suite is unnecessary. What is needed is a proficiency in word processing, in presentations and so on.
chairman bill wrote:As for fucking Excel - what a heap of shit that is. I detest spreadsheets (it's a dyslexia thing), and hate Excel more than any other such program I've tried.
falconjudge wrote:What about a Specialist's Certificate in each? Does that count for anything?
Lockon-Stratos wrote:I'm applying for a job on my campus this fall and on my work study form it asks me to list special skills and I was wondering if those 2 qualify.
z8000783 wrote:... killer presentations ...
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