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OS 10.4 - Apple Mac training completed, but looking for Powerpoint given


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Hi All,

I've just finished the official Apple Certified Help Desk Specialist 10.4 training course and am hoping to take the exam early in January. I was looking for the Powerpoint presentation that the course tutor used to take us through the training but cannot locate it anywhere. So I have 2 questions...

Is this available anywhere?
If so how can I get hold of it?

I'd like the presentation so that I can go back through the training step by step, (we were given a book and a manual), as if I was back on the course again. I feel that I can better prepare myself for the exam in this way rather than blindly read through the book.

If anyone can help I'd greatly appreciate it. Many Thanks.
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I hope you've read the Apple Certification website in regards to expiring certifications.

Once the 10.5 test is out, so is your cert. The ACHDS isn't even a certification in 10.5. Your certs expire with each OS release, not on a time schedule.

Sorry,...

10.5 is scheduled to be released in February.
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when i took the 10.4 training the powerpoint was basically a copy of the thinner of the 2 books you got when you took the course. i
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