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Phoenix, AZ
Covered False Job Description Legal Word Processing Manager in Phoenix, AZ This person will be managing to start a team of about 14-15 consisting of word processors, team leads and proofreaders. They...
30+ days ago

Word Processing Supervisor Online Courses and Training Opportunities

The Supervisor
As an "agent of the employer" the supervisor assumes the responsibilities of the employer to the degree he or she has been given authority. This first module will introduce you to some of the...

Machine Learning: Supervised Learning

This is the first course in the 3-course Machine Learning Series and is offered at Georgia Tech as CS7641.

Please note that this is first course is different in structure compared to...


Microsoft Word 2003
Anybody working in the knowledge economy needs a basic understanding of word processing. This free online course covers the fundamental principles of using Microsoft Word 2003.
Word is part...

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