Hardeep
Scalper :-)
Tarte_ambarish
Corporate Trainer
Aussiejohn
Trainer

Hi Everyone,
I have posted on this subject before, and hopefully many of you were able to take advantage of these freebies.
The list has now been updated, and more books have been added to the collection.
If you missed out in the past, previous free eBooks are still available.
Largest collection of FREE Microsoft eBooks ever, including: Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Office 2013, Office 365, Office 2010, SharePoint 2013, Dynamics CRM, PowerShell, Exchange Server, Lync 2013, System Center, Azure, Cloud, SQL Server, and
Happy reading.
17th July 2014 From Australia, Melbourne
This is wonderful. Can I get something on Office 365 which can be shared with end users after the training is over?
I am looking for something that can be used as training material for reference post the training is done.
29th July 2014 From India, Mumbai
I have not looked right through the complete listing of ebooks.
If you have found nothing suitable there, then I guess there isn't any.
Maybe you could revise your training manual that you give to your trainees. They can then use that for further reference once they return to the office.
I nearly always find that the training manual I bring back from a course is the most useful resource for me. It has the course material, plus the notes I have made for myself based on what the instructor said, and also tips and tricks gleaned from discussions with other trainees on the course.
29th July 2014 From Australia, Melbourne
I actually found something useful and I think it can be shared with trainees as a reference material. I was actually looking for the owner’s permission. I guess the owner is ERIC
31st July 2014 From India, Mumbai
Owner of all these books and guides is Microsoft. This guy works for Microsoft. Share the link with your trainees, and let them download for themselves.
1st August 2014 From Australia, Melbourne
Huge collection here , finding ones relevant to yourself is going to take some efforts !
I feel much of the present software is more " bloatware " with features hardly ever used, but making it more and more complex to implement , learn and manage ...
Only me or others feel the same way ? Also, how many here are still on Windows XP and finding no problems ?
1st August 2014 From United States, New York
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