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Here are a few tips for tracking down "missing" URLs.
If it has .html at the end, try .htm.
If it has .htm at the end, try .html.
If it has neither, (no document name), or if you try both and it still doesn't
work, try removing the last part of the URL (in this case, trying http://www.homefair.com/homefair/cmr/ would have taken you to a page from which
you could access the salary calculator.
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