Ebook updates: Five titles updated in the past week


Ebook updates: Five titles updated in the past week

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As you probably know, when you purchase a Microsoft Press ebook via http://microsoftpress.oreilly.com/, you receive updated versions of the ebook as errata fixes are made. In the past week, we’ve updated a number of titles. Take a look:

An updated copy of the following products is now available for you to download for free from your O'Reilly account. Go to members.oreilly.com, log in, and choose the titles and formats you want to download.

CLR via C#, Third Edition
Updated Formats: PDF, ePub, Mobi

All formats were updated to reflect the changes in the July 2011 reprint, as described on the book's catalog page.

MOS 2010 Study Guide for Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook
Updated Formats: PDF, ePub, Mobi

All formats were updated to reflect the changes in the July 2011 reprint, as described on the book's catalog page.

Network Your Computers & Devices Step by Step
Updated Formats: PDF, ePub, Mobi

All formats were updated to reflect the changes in the July 2011 reprint, as described on the book's catalog page.

Microsoft Excel 2010 Inside Out
Updated Formats: PDF, epub, mobi

All formats were updated to reflect the changes in the July 2011 reprint, as described on the book's catalog page.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Step by Step
Updated Formats: PDF, ePub, Mobi

All formats were updated to reflect the changes in the May 2011 reprint, as described on the book's catalog page.

And here’s a title that was updated in June:

Microsoft Office Professional 2010 Step by Step
Updated Formats: PDF, ePub, Mobi

All formats were updated to reflect the changes in the May 2011 reprint, as described on the book's catalog page.

Enjoy.

  • Why don't you work with Amazon and all other readers and post the "free" books on these sites so the users of the readers can sync between their similar devices?

    thanks

  • Just in case it's not clear, this post doesn't relate to any of our free ebooks. It's a post about our ongoing updating of ebooks we sell at microsoftpress.oreilly.com.

  • To the last point on people giving up paperbacks for ebooks faster than giving up hardbacks for ebooks I think that makes perfect sense. I still want to have hardback copies of certain books, particularly non-fiction, religion and biographies on my shelves. But I have no desire to fill my shelves and take up space with random fiction paperbacks that I would probably have given away when I finished anyway.<a href="www.123ebookdownload.com/.../a>

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