Win an HP laptop, lifetime license for MS Office and professional training for less than $700

You might think you need a lot to be productive, but more often than not all you really need is a working computer, software that can help you get things done, and well, the right set. of skills.

Skills can be learned through proper, expert-led (and often affordable) online training, but a computer and software? Acquiring these usually involves a lot of money. The good news is that there’s a way to get a great bundle that has everything you need for maximum productivity. For a limited time, you can get Microsoft Office Pro for Windows 2021 Course Bundle + HP EliteBook + Certificate with over 70% off.

This deal may sound too good to be true, but it delivers exactly what it says. For starters, you get a lifetime license for Microsoft Office Professional 2021 for Windows, which gives you unlimited access to applications like MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, OneNote, Publisher and Access – for life. You can install it all on a single computer you use for work or school, and you get all the updates and customer service you need for years to come.

To help you get the most out of each app, you also receive a series of training courses dedicated to teaching you how to use and navigate the programs. You’ll learn how to analyze raw data with Excel, format and style all kinds of documents with Word, create dynamic presentations with PowerPoint, manage an organized mailbox with Outlook, and much more.

And last but not least, the bundle gets you an almost brand new HP EliteBook 840. This laptop offers powerful security, collaboration and connectivity, allowing you to multitask without experiencing lag. It also comes with pre-configured enterprise-level PC protection, so you never have to worry about losing your precious data.

The Microsoft Office Pro for Windows 2021 + HP EliteBook + Certificate course bundle normally costs $2,663, but you can get it for just $669.99 for a limited time.

Prices subject to change.

Milton S. Rodgers