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In this special course announcement podcast, I talk with Kyle Pew (Microsoft Certified Trainer) about our latest Excel online course on Macros & VBA!

We talk about how he got to become a Microsoft Certified Trainer, the various Macro & VBA benefits and go in detail about the Xtreme Macros & VBA Online Course and the various modules, tutorials and what students will learn!

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