If you use Microsoft Office 2016, either at home or work, here's a useful training resource to help you get to grips with the basic features of all the Office programs. To start, head to https://support.office.com/en-us/article/office-training-roadmaps-62a4b0... and download one or more "roadmap" diagrams. There are separate roadmaps for Word, Excel, PowerPoint and so on, and they're in PDF format.
Each roadmap is a list of program features, arranged in a sensible order for learning. You can print out the roadmap, put it on your wall, and tick off each feature as you learn about it.
The best bit, however, is that the roadmaps are interactive. Click on each topic in the PDF file and you get to watch a video that teaches you about the particular feature.
The roadmaps are produced by Microsoft, and the training videos are hosted on LinkedIn, which is also owned by Microsoft now. So you're getting top-quality instructional videos for free, plus an easy way to keep track of your progress.
To view the PDF files you'll need a suitable program installed on your PC. You probably have one already. If not, try Foxit Reader from https://www.foxitsoftware.com/products/pdf-reader/. It's a 50 MB download, which is rated as trustworthy by Web of Trust and as malware-free by VirusTotal.
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