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FrontPage 98 Exam Retirement Nears

June 30 also means end for MCP+Site Building title.

June 30 is the official retirement date for the 70-055, FrontPage 98 exam. This also marks the end of the MCP+Site Building certification, which means that those who own the certification will only officially hold the title until June 30, 2002 (the title's official retirement date). According to the FAQ on Microsoft's MCP Web site, those who plan to retain MCP status after June 30, 2002 should pass any currently available exam not scheduled for retirement. For those who want to retain a premium certification that indicates skills in line with planning, building, and deploying Web and Internet technologies, Microsoft recommends upgrading to the MCSD certification.

For more information on the MCP+Site Building retirement, go to http://www.microsoft.com/trainingandservices/default.asp?PageID=mcp&PageCall=requirements&SubSite=cert/mcpsb&AnnMenu=mcpsb.

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