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Re: Question for non-U.S. visitors

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I would have thought the web would be much more accessible and easier to use
wherever you are in the world. Maybe your foreign counterparts are simply
more adept with the internet and consider this resource to be a valuable

tally ho old chap

"emg" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> OK, I'm REALLY not trying to be obnoxious here but can anyone tell me why

> many people can find this newsgroup but can't seem to find the Microsoft
> training and certification home page? The english sentence construction

> word choice of these requests often indicates a British-influenced version
> of the English language - - so they are clearly not from the U.S. Is it
> common for people overseas to have newsgroup access but not web access?

> web access more expensive and therefore harder to acquire? Please don't
> start with a bunch of snide comments - - I'd just like to understand the
> issue.

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