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Microsoft Press Offers Custom Books

CertCities.com reports that Microsoft's publishing division plans to offer customizable versions of selected certification and technical titles.

CertCities.com reports that Microsoft's publishing division plans to offer customizable versions of selected certification and technical titles. The service is being offered in partnership with iUniverse.com.

Chapters can be chosen from several titles and assembled in print or electronic format. has teamed with digital content provider iUniverse.com to offer custom versions of Microsoft Press books.

Customers can choose and assemble individual chapters from selected Microsoft Press into a single, custom book, which then can be delivered in print or electronic format. .

The program offers chapters from 35 titles, but Microsoft plans to add more. Costs can vary based on chapters and format you specify. A single chapter in PDF or Microsoft Reader format is $6.40, with a varying discount based on the number of chapters you choose.

To find out more, go to http://www.mspress.microsoft.com/custombook/.

-- Becky Nagel, Web Editor (CertCities.com)

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