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November 29, 2012

Indian Hills student achieves special certification

OTTUMWA — Indian Hills Community College student, Kandee Rutledge of Ottumwa, recently earned the nationally-recognized Microsoft Office Specialist 2010 certification in Microsoft Word.  

The Microsoft Office Specialist certification is a valuable credential that recognizes the skills needed to use the full features of Microsoft Word.

Rutledge is enrolled in the college’s Business Specialist-Office Management program.  She achieved the designation by completing a rigorous exam, where a timed series of Word applications are solved. In a competitive job market, students who can market this credential are certifying that they possess the skills needed by business and industry.

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