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January 2000
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Prove It! from Know It All Inc., of Philadelphia, is a testing package that allows employers to test applicants' knowledge of MicroSoft Office 2000. It includes simulations for Word, Excel and PowerPoint 2000, and automatically saves and prints results at the end of a testing session.

For more information ENTER no. 244 after Clicking Here.

The OPAC Testing System, from Office Proficiency Assessment and Certification, tests the administrative skills and legal-specific knowledge of prospective employees, the company asserts. Tests include legal terminology, keyboarding and language art, Word, Excel and Access, says the Sacramento company.

For more information ENTER no. 245 after Clicking Here.

Practically Real training program, from CBT Vision, is teaches Microsoft Office and Windows NT. The tutorial guides users through set tasks, with textual help and a Show Me option, says the Ontario, Canada company.

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Workforce Analytics 2000 is a Web-based human resources tool that provides analysis of compensation, headcount, turnover and staffing, says Lawson Software of Minneapolis, Minn.

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Learning Tree International offers training classes for IT professionals, ranging from Windows, Internet/Intranet, PC Support, Networking, UNIX, Java, and more, in major cities across the country.

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LearnIT Corp., of Gainesville, Fla., has released an upgrade of its Microsoft Windows 98 Starts Here, network edition. The training software includes updated training sessions for Internet Explorer 5.0, and for Outlook Express, as well as Internet connection sharing, and other topics.

The training program can be used over a local or wide area network, or on an Intranet, the company says. It includes an administrator's console.

For more information ENTER no. 249 after Clicking Here.

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