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I'm glad I ordered this book to help me prepare for my upcoming NCLEX exam. It's helping me to study and know how to better answer test questions. It's easy to read, easy to understand and a good study guide. I plan to use this in combination with taking the actual Kaplan review course to fully prepare myself for the exam.
I bought a new HP Z420 Workstation last week and added Office Pro 2013, since we use 2010 in my office. I began the setup yesterday and Office 2013 kept giving me a message that it failed during install and I must try again later. I spent almost three hours on the phone with MS India or wherever "support" being passed to 5 different people, each of which were hopeless and could not get the product to install. The final person declared that it was a server problem on MS's end which would be fixed in 2-3 hours. I tried again this morning and still received the same installation failure error. The "support" was absolutely useless and I am returning this piece of junk and buying Office Pro 2010. I would say don't waste your time with Pro 2013.
I feel so safe and secure in this binder! I know that my husband can reach me immediately when he needs breakfast, lunch, dinner, and/or snacks 24/7, the yard mowed, shopping done, cleaning done, the garage organized, the basement finished, etc. He put in dividers with little envelopes on them that hold index cards so that I am completely organized when I'm not at my full-time job. I can't imagine ever being in a binder other than this one. Thanks Avery!
This was a great little flashback for those of us who have read book 1, but also a way for readers to get a taste of this authors style and the characters before diving into my sisters grave.
This is a great keyboard with a few minor issues. People like to bash Razer for using their own switches rather than the industry-standard Cherry MX switches. According to many reviewers this automatically means the BlackWidow is inferior. I've used all types of membrane and mechanical keyboard over the years and out-of-the-box I'd have to say these Razer 'greens' are some of the best feeling switches I've ever used. These 'clicky' switches are similar to Cherry MX Blues, but my ears don't hear a loud click as much as I'm hearing (and feeling) a light sounding tick. Yes, this keyboard makes noise, but I do not consider it very loud. I'm not bottoming out much and making no typing mistakes--the actuation and feel seems just right.