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Where Did The Combos Go?
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Facebook Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   12 years ago

I get asked this question at least once a week by people who have been loyal customers for years. "Where did the combo package deals go?"

I used to have several "combo" packages available for a discounted price. For example, you could buy my Excel Beginner Combo (101, 102, 103, and 104) for one set price at a discount.

But then I would always get people who would say, "I purchased Excel 101 by itself to try out your courses. Can I get a discount on the Combo package without Excel 101?" So I would have to manually put an order in for them.

Now what I've done is to have the web site automatically give you a QUANTITY DISCOUNT based on the total of your order. This new quantity discount is actually BETTER than the old combo package prices.

This also helps people who only buy Excel 101 and then come back and want more classes... they don't have to contact customer service to get a "deal" on the combo package.

So, the new system is better for all of my customers, and better for me - less work for everyone, and a BIGGER discount the more you buy.

Enjoy! Keep learning.

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Evelyln McElwain 
11 years ago
I have been teaching a computer class for the past 8 years and have been using your 599CDs as an excellent guide, especially your digital camera CD.  I am now teaching word 2007 and can use your new CD as a guide, but find it much too expensive.  Whatever happened to the $5.99 CDs?
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Richard Rost 
11 years ago
Admar, once you've made bar and pie charts, making line charts is just as easy. I wouldn't waste the time showing my students how to use EVERY type of chart (because there are LOTS of them) but if you finish this lesson, I'm sure you can figure out line charts.
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graphs Link 
11 years ago
I have just discovered you. It appears that all xl graph's are bar or pie. I am searching for a program that will produce line graph's. It appears that this is not it. Correct?
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Richard Rost 
11 years ago
Joshua, you can always download your courses from our web site or watch them online in your web browser. Both are excellent options if you have a high-speed Internet connection. We do ship to South Africa, but you're right - the cost is higher and the wait is a few weeks.
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Joshua Myles 
11 years ago
Hi Richard
I am in South Africa and was wondering about the shipping of the CD disks to me when I purchase. Is there any other way I can receive your courses. Shipping from the States would be quite costly and a lengthy waiting period for delivery. Read More...
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