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# 64670 20-Jul-2010 09:19
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I am after a dozen or so out-dated, hardcover self-paced training books from Microsoft Press, Sybex whoever. Happy to pay postage costs or can arrange to collect anywhere in the lower North Island (Taupo south).

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  # 353770 20-Jul-2010 09:23
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Hmm we just had a box load of A+, Network+, Office etc books come back in from some of our branches.... I'll see if I can find out what theyre planning on doing with them.




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  # 353773 20-Jul-2010 09:38
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Not sure exactly what you are after but how about:

"PC Secrets - 2nd Ed" by Caroline M Haliday, 834 pages, pub by IDG books, 1996, ISBN 1-56884-498-0

"Mastering Windows XP" by Mark Minasi, 1020 pages, pub by Sybex, 2001, ISBN 0-7821-2981-1



Sorry - these are not hardbacks.

 
 
 
 


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  # 353784 20-Jul-2010 10:04
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I have the self-paced learning Server 2003 MCSE book set. Soft cover though



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  # 353793 20-Jul-2010 10:30
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Hardbacks are preferred but I may be able to use the larger 800+ pages softcover - will be in touch.

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  # 353808 20-Jul-2010 10:55
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May I ask what youll be using them for ? :)




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  # 353810 20-Jul-2010 10:58
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Top Secret at present, but if things work out according to plan all will be revealed here on GZ!

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  # 353825 20-Jul-2010 11:33
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BartManGeek: Hardbacks are preferred but I may be able to use the larger 800+ pages softcover - will be in touch.


You must have one very crooked floor to need books of that size to stop your table wobbling :)

 
 
 
 


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  # 353992 20-Jul-2010 15:36
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BartManGeek: Top Secret at present, but if things work out according to plan all will be revealed here on GZ!


..... glue them all together in a pile, hollow out the inside and make a desktop case out of 'em?

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  # 357845 28-Jul-2010 17:23
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BartManGeek: I am after a dozen or so out-dated, hardcover self-paced training books from Microsoft Press, Sybex whoever. Happy to pay postage costs or can arrange to collect anywhere in the lower North Island (Taupo south).


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