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 CustomGuide announces the release of training for Windows 7.
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CustomGuide announces the release of training for Windows 7.

The training is suitable for users from a broad range of experience: those new to computers, users making the move from an earlier version of Windows, or even advanced users wanting to learn tricks and best practices.

For more information, visit www.customguide.com

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