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Chris has attended:
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Hi Anthony,
I've just started to look at our website and to use the stuff you taught us last week, but have realised that I remember less than I thought. As I was not working on my own PC, I haven't got a copy of the course documentation that you loaded onto the other PCs. Any chance of your e-mailing it to me?

RE: Course documentation

Hi Chris,

I've asked Anthony to send me the course documentation to forward onto you.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me on 0207 987 3777.

Kind Regards,

RE: Course documentation

Hi Chris, thanks for your query. Here is the link to the courseware we used. It's about 30MB in size, which is why I can't email it directly to you. Also, it's the same as our Dreamweaver courseware, hence the name but don't let that put you off. The manual contains explanations of all the concepts we covered but just be aware that it refers to Dreamweaver rather than Expression Web throughout; we in the process of capturing screenshots of Expression Web for our manual as we speak. The website resources and completed versions are all bundled in the zip file.

I hope this helps. It was great to meet you all in Coventry. Do let me know how you get on!


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