How I Learned to Use Microsoft Office and the Internet

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HOW I LEARNED TO USE MICROSOFT OFFICE AND THE INTERNET
Over the past several decades, information technology has changed the way we live our lives. Twenty years ago, for example, most people had not even heard of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, or Excel. And Internet engines like Google did not exist. Google was not even created, in fact, until 1998 (Winograd & Hais, 2008, p. 237). Being a member of generation X and not having been in school for about 20 years, I have had to teach myself many things about information technology as I pursue my education in business and technical leadership. Accordingly, the following discussion explains how I learned Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, and Internet search engines.
How I...
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.....ys in terms of my ability with these types of information technologies.
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