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Because you're human, you probably have Microsoft Office listed as one of your skills on your resume, but let's be real, you don't know the first thing about Office. You've barely used it since fifth grade. Like, Google exists. Duh.

But the thing about the professional world is that it wants to see you fail. As such, tons of offices use Microsoft Office, forcing you to put your money where your resume's mouth is. (You don’t wanna do that. It has horrible gnashing teeth.) Even if you're working from home, your workplace was probably like, "Okay, we're going to continue to use Microsoft Office for everything even though it's a paid service and Google is free but we're not going to get you a license, so figure it out, idiot."

Lucky for the office idiot (that’s you, sorry), during our Deal Days promotion, you can get a lifetime license to Microsoft Office Professional 2021 for Windows for just $39.99 (reg. $349). It includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, OneNote, Publisher, and Access, i.e. everything you need to keep up with your workplace or launch your own business if the resentment you harbor from them making you buy Microsoft Office begins to fester.

These programs will help you power through everything from writing briefs to data analysis to video calls, and the unique ribbon-based interface makes it easy to jump between programs, accessing all of your features, tools, and customizations in a single place so you can seamlessly navigate projects that require a couple of different tools. Best of all, it's available for instant download and delivery on one PC for use at home or work so you can get a head start on your resume’s encroaching, hungry maw.

Stop living in fear of your resume’s mouth. If you purchase before July 14, you can get a lifetime license to Microsoft Office Professional 2021 for Windows for just $39.99 (reg. $349).

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