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  Reply # 714513 9-Nov-2012 09:19
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Thankyou :-)

For others: PDF format, and you can enter dummy info on the form.




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  Reply # 714525 9-Nov-2012 09:33
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tonyhughes: you can enter dummy info

Isn't that expected when the book is for dummies?

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  Reply # 714530 9-Nov-2012 09:40
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Thats covered in "securing your identity for dummies"

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  Reply # 714534 9-Nov-2012 09:43
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Downloaded, thanks




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Reply # 714535 9-Nov-2012 09:44
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brhnz1: Thats covered in "securing your identity for dummies"

Aha! Makes sense :)

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  Reply # 714563 9-Nov-2012 11:03
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Thanks for the heads-up. Installed it and had a play with W8 yesterday, one minute I like it, the next Im not so sure.

Hopefully a quick read of this will help.

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  Reply # 714570 9-Nov-2012 11:13
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Those who don't wish to enter any dummy information, here is a direct link to the PDF file via Dell.

http://marketing.dell.com/Global/FileLib/Windows_8/windows-8-ebook.pdf




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  Reply # 714579 9-Nov-2012 11:33
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billgates: Those who don't wish to enter any dummy information, here is a direct link to the PDF file via Dell.

http://marketing.dell.com/Global/FileLib/Windows_8/windows-8-ebook.pdf



Good one, thanks!

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  Reply # 714588 9-Nov-2012 11:56
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heavenlywild:
billgates: Those who don't wish to enter any dummy information, here is a direct link to the PDF file via Dell.

http://marketing.dell.com/Global/FileLib/Windows_8/windows-8-ebook.pdf



Good one, thanks!


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  Reply # 714593 9-Nov-2012 12:19
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Personally I think it's against the spirit in which Dell provided it to circumvent the form or incorrectly fill it out. They provided it free.

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  Reply # 714681 9-Nov-2012 13:52
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Seems a fair comment.

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  Reply # 714697 9-Nov-2012 14:22
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networkn: Personally I think it's against the spirit in which Dell provided it to circumvent the form or incorrectly fill it out. They provided it free.


I usually provide correct information unless it's a pr0n site and uncheck any "Please send me more information box". If I receive any subsequent email that I don't like I just click Unsubscribe and this work ok.

If they are giving it away, why deprive them from the information requested? 




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