If you purchase any of my current Microsoft Office 2003 courses BEFORE their 2007 versions are released, then you will get a FREE upgrade to the 2007 version when it's available.
Here are the details:
If you have purchased any of my Microsoft Office courses after November 5th, 2007 then you qualify for a FREE upgrade to the equivalent course for Office 2007, provided it hasn't been released by the time of your purchase.
For example, if you purchased Access 101 on 12/1/08, then you will get a free copy of Access Basic 1 for Office 2007.
The new courses aren't numbered 101, 102, etc. anymore. I've changed it to:
Basic 1, 2, 3...
Expert 1, 2, 3...
Advanced 1, 2, 3...
Developer 1, 2, 3...
The Basic series are roughly equivalent to the 100-series from the old lessons. Expert courses are roughly 200-series. The Advanced and Developer will be a mix of the 300-series (of which, there are only Microsoft Access classes, which will be divided up based on those WITH and those WITHOUT programming).
The FREE upgrade ENDS when the new course is released. So, for example, if you purchase Excel 101 right now, you don't qualify for the Excel 2007 Basic 1 course because it's already released. But, if you order one of the more advanced Excel courses, you WILL qualify for the advanced Excel 2007 courses when they're released. If you have any questions about what's released, just ask me.
The free upgrade is a DOWNLOAD copy. If you want it sent out to you on CD, you pay only shipping & handling.
Also, I cannot guarantee that the new courses will stay strictly in line with the numbering on the OLD lessons. Word 2007 Basic 1, for example, doesn't cover exactly that Word 101 did. There is some new material, and some old material isn't covered - because of the changes in Office 2007 like the Ribbon and new menus.
How can you redeem your free upgrade? Once the new course is released, you will receive an email regarding your free upgrade. Just click on the link and it's pretty much automatic from there.
Any questions? Post 'em here.