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40% off Microsoft Press Books at Books24x7

If you are like me, then you spend hundreds of pounds per year on books, yet at the end I still don’t think I have access to all the books I’d like. I can’t go to my local library because they don’t stock the books I’m interested in. So for the past year I’ve been using Books 24×7 which gives me access to many more books than I’d ever be able to afford to buy for myself. I can search the books for the information I’m looking for on the web and if I want to take it off-line I can download a PDF.

At the moment they have an offer where by you can get 40% the subscription fee.

Follow these steps to receive a 40% discount to Books 24×7 E-Reference Library for Microsoft Press Titles, a virtual library that contains over 500 technology books that are published by Microsoft Press.

  1. Go to http://www.microsoft.com/learning/books/ereference/default.mspx

    Note: You can also watch a demo of E-Reference Library by clicking the “Watch an E-Reference demo” link on the page.

  2. Click the “Subscribe to an E-Reference Library” link at the top of the page.
  3. Click the link to the type of library that you would like to purchase. On the next page, you can review a description of the library.
  4. Click the Add to Cart..
  5. Type the discount code below that corresponds to the library type that you selected, and then click Apply.. The discounted price will be reflected.

    Discount Codes:

    • Desktop Library: EREFDESKB
    • IT Professional Library: EREFPROB
    • Developer Library: EREFDEVB
    • Complete Library: EREFCOMPLETEB
  6. Complete the checkout process to purchase the E-Reference Library at the discounted price.

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