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Conquer your fear of the


spreadsheet! Don’t miss technology training that will put you in control of Microsoft Excel.


Instructor Julie Marie Irvin is a national presenter and consultant specializing in computer literacy and technical solutions for effective communication. Irvin, president of Houston-based Keystone Resources, is a Microsoft Office User Specialist with more than 10 years of experience. She combines creative and technical talents to deliver solutions to a national and international client base.


All Excel classes are held at the HAF Education Center 4810 Westway Park Blvd. off Clay Road just east of the Beltway


Introduction to Microsoft Excel Wednesday, August 15 Course Schedule: 8:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. – Registration 9 a.m. to noon – Program Program Cost: $55/person or $75/non-member Learn to conquer your fear of the spreadsheet! This great-for-beginners course offers a detailed look into this multifaceted, often daunting program.


Advanced Microsoft Excel Wednesday, August 22 Course Schedule: 8:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. – Registration 9 a.m. to noon – Program Program Cost: $55/member or $75/non-member Learn to do more than just “get by” in Excel. This outstanding workshop is your ticket to a faster, more productive way to master every aspect of this powerful software.


For more information and to register, contact the Education Department at 713-595-0300, email educ@haaonline.org or look online at www.haaonline.org.


Private Customized Sessions Available Companies that can commit to a minimum of 15 attendees can schedule a private, cus- tomized session at reduced rates and on your own schedule. Contact the Education Department at education@haaonline.org for more information.


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