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They're Back! MCP Wallet Cards and Pins

Some of you may remember the MCP wallet cards and pins. Well, they're back and you can get them for free.

Microsoft may taketh away, but with enough demand from MCPs, Microsoft hath decided to returneth a few benefits. For a limited time and with proof that you're an MCP, you can order the MCP wallet card and lapel pin. The card and pin have been updated with the latest MCP logos, so if you're the owner of the older ones, consider them collector's items. The free offer ends March 31, 1999. (New MCPs will receive the wallet cards and pins automatically as they achieve certification.)

To find out more, go to http://www.microsoft.com/mcp. If you know your MCP number, you can go directly to the online order form at http://wclp.sourceoneworldwide.com/mcp.

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