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Subject:RE: Microsoft Manual of Style where oh where From:"Stephen Arrants" <steve -at- mbfbioscience -dot- com> To:<dvora -at- tech-challenged -dot- com>, "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com> Date:Wed, 15 Jul 2009 14:06:28 -0400
Deborah Hemstreet asks:
> Could anyone provide me with an online version of the MS Manual of
> I am desperately looking for it via Internet. Apparently V3 was
> available for free for a time, but none of the links work anymore.
> If anyone has a free copy that they obtained, would you be willing to
> make it available to me? I don't have the astronomical sums I'm
> to get a copy from Amazon and other places.
It is no longer available free online as Microsoft
has pulled or requested that it be pulled from sites. Hate to be a
but requesting someone to send you copyrighted material is, well,
You might consider a subscription to safaribooksonline, a service that
lets you use lots of technical books on various subjects for a small
They have MMOS as well as books from Adobe Press, Peachpit, OREILLY,
available for about $23/month for 10 books a month.
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