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Old 10-10-2013, 07:34 AM   #1
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Hi

I'm currently preparing for my Microsoft exam. Craig Zacker's book is fantastic. That is the one that is actually recommended by Microsoft as a preparation material.

On the end of each chapter there are questions about the chapter you have just red.

My question is this:
WHERE ARE ANSWERS to those questions????
This is so frustrating.

Have anybody have any ideas where can I find them please?

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Craig has written many books and MS has many certs. Be more specific.
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Thank you for your answer.

Here is the one I am looking at just now:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Installing-Configuring-Microsoft-Official-Academic/dp/1118511077/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1381417783&sr=8-2&keywords=craig+zacker+70-410
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There doesn't appear to be an instructors edition. The text is self published so you'd have to contact Craig.
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WHERE ARE ANSWERS to those questions????
The answers are in the contents of the chapter.
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Craig has written many books and MS has many certs. Be more specific.
Wow - really helpful. Thanks.

I can try to dig the answers out from the content of the book but of course I'd like to verify them with my the answer key.

Have yous got any ideas how can I contact Craig himself?

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(707) 827-7019 (800) 889-8969 might be willing to set it up. Unlikely he wants to be personally contacted.
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