What does a job application mean when they ask for 'office or shop machines operated proficiency'?

Please be detailed. I am familiar with microsoft etc, but I am not sure if this is what they mean.

Asked By: College Student - 10/27/2008
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
If you have held a previous job or class where you used this software or machine, they want to know how fast, accurate, and how precise you can be with this software. How familiar are you with it? Can you use it and create something quick and accurate. They are just asking your skill because time is money to all... More
Answered By: Dylan M - 10/27/2008
Additional Answers (10)
They're just asking what sort of equipment you've worked with, and how skilled you actually are with that equipment.
Answered By: Levi - 10/27/2008
No clue, but I would guess they're asking your ability to operate machinery.
Answered By: Patrick N - 10/27/2008
It means they want to know what office machines or what shop machines you know how to use
Answered By: Alfalfa Sprout - 10/27/2008
computers, fax machines, phones, etc. anything that you will be using while at your job.
Answered By: dannyman8919 - 10/27/2008
what machines can you operate? computer, etc
Answered By: van kedileri - 10/27/2008
If you are asking this question, then maybe you should be looking for a different job. LOL
Answered By: Bored and hungry - 10/27/2008
I would think... fax machines, multi-function phone (as in multiple lines, transferring calls, etc), computer, printer.. etc...
Answered By: ReadySetGo - 10/27/2008
It means how well you can operate office or shop machine equipment.
Answered By: Janice 10 - 10/27/2008
Machines in an office or shop that you can operate. Office equipment like a copy machine, fax machine, scanner, postage meter, PC or Mac. Shop equipment like welding equipment, fork lift or shredder.
Answered By: tea - 10/27/2008
means how good are you with those kinda machines that is used in the company. for example: i work as a scanning machine operator so i am experienced with a shop machine... More
Answered By: hang l - 10/27/2008
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