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Free Online Tutorials for SIU Employees, Students, and Residents

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Having trouble with Microsoft? Want to learn Adobe?
            ♦  Word,
            ♦  Excel,
            ♦  PowerPoint
            ♦  Outlook, or
            ♦  Publisher
            ♦  Acrobat,
            ♦  Photoshop,
            ♦  Dreamweaver, or
            ♦  InDesign

The SIU Medical Library offers access to fully narrated and closed-captioned instructional videos that can be accessed from any device with an internet connection. Go through the tutorials at your own pace, skip to sections of interest, or go back to previous sections as needed.   You can also request a free, six-page guide with color graphics, screenshots, and quick tips to keep at your desk.

Contact for your free login/password good for one month of unlimited access to all available tutorials AND your free guide.  Please let us know in your e-mail which guide you would like—i.e. Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, Photoshop, etc.

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