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If you're looking to get in on the ground floor of really any company or if you're looking to start your own business or if you're just looking to keep track of your finances, Microsoft Excel is your best pal. It's the most-used spreadsheet program in the world and Microsoft Excel Pro takes things a step further, which means more to do and even more to learn. But fiddling around with the program on your own can be a waste of time, especially if you've never even used it before.
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