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Yes, I was aware that he was talking about office and excel, etc., but I have never heard the acronym MOS. My acronym that I mentioned upthread was MOP, Microsoft Office Programs, and another fellow mentioned MOA. I guess that the OP thought that MOS would describe something even before we had to ask.

He is missing out on a lot of information if he does not log back into Tom's Hardware again, even if it is just to read and learn.
 

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MOS:
Military Occupational Specialty
Microsoft Office Specialist
Model Output Statistics
Managed Office Solutions

etc, etc, etc...

You need to be a LOT more specific. What, where, etc.
 
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I want to increase my computer skills and become proficient in MOS programs. Where are the best places to learn these programs? Online vs. classroom. Thanks.
 

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MOS = ????

Classroom vs online is only something you know. People learn differently.
 
I would take a class not online and do ALL THE HOMEWORK until you understand everything for learning Microsoft Office applications. I took it a brick and mortar, it was in a lab and you can do most of your work there usually.

I had to take that as part of curriculum a long time ago, and I learned how powerful EXCEL really is, not that I need or use much of any of it, but still, it was interesting. All students had to take it because all classwork was required in Office so everyone was expected to fully utilize Office all through school

Online learning basically sucks. It puts ALL the work on you. It's nice to have an instructor or Prof around for questions and such if you need it, I didn't but you might, plus you can follow along on a pc with the instructor for hands on.

students get a big discount on Office too so you can put it on your PC and use it for homework and such
 
Yes, I was aware that he was talking about office and excel, etc., but I have never heard the acronym MOS. My acronym that I mentioned upthread was MOP, Microsoft Office Programs, and another fellow mentioned MOA. I guess that the OP thought that MOS would describe something even before we had to ask.

He is missing out on a lot of information if he does not log back into Tom's Hardware again, even if it is just to read and learn.
 

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