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UK Student Wins Microsoft Excel World Championship

autospa (2003166) writes | about 3 years ago

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autospa writes "Fifteen-year-old UK College student Rebecca Rickwood has won the Microsoft Excel World Championship. She was one of 228,000 competitors from over 57 countries competing for the title using Excel 2007. Rebecca was awarded a $5,000 prize, yesterday at a ceremony in San Diego, California."
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Loving the certification... (1)

Rymix (2429644) | about 3 years ago | (#36990472)

"So, Miss Rickward, what do you think you can bring to this Finance job?" "Only crazy-hot, officially sanctioned, extreme, awesome-mad Excel skillz. Like, the best on the planet. Respect me." * * I have no reason to believe that Rebecca would speak in this way.
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