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    7 Years Old Boy

    I looked on the site and did not see this posted anywhere. If is was posted please let me know as I will remove it A.S.A.P.

    A 7 year old boy earns Microsoft certificate.

    http://zdnet.com.com/2110-1104-934468.html


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    "We were unable to find the page you requested"

    The link you gave doesn't work...

    I looked on zdnet and found this link to the same story, it should work... http://zdnet.com.com/2110-1104-934468.html

    That's some acheivement!!!
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    I'm not sure if I'm getting this mixed up with another certification, but isn't the MOUS a pretty easy certification to receive? I mean, it's still impressive that a 7 year old got it, but I thought that it just required you to know the ins and outs of MS Office programs (which, at least in my opinion, isn't too hard... even macros are pretty easy).

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    PS: Prankster > The link worked for me... and isn't your link exactly the same as his?

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    Thanks I fixed it. I just thought wow a 7 year old. Most 7 year olds or out side playing and riding bikes not setting in front of a computer doing a test. Most home users don't even thank know what that test or even how to use most of the stuff on there computter. Cry!! I thank the first time I even seen a computer I was like 14.

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    And people wonder why the MCSE is basically laughed at as "a certificate of achievement." Isn't the MOUS, like, trivial in-comparison?
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    Yeah, can't wait for more paper MSCE to come by for interviews.....yeeeheee..

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    Yeah I read that story before. Just one more piece of evidence that INDIA RULES!

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    That is amazing. Isn't Ankit Fadia from India?

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    Shiznit. All you would have to do is read your child "Computer Guides" as bed time stories, and by time he is 3 he will be fixing your computers. "Would anyone like to birth my child so I can attempt this theory?"

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    Originally posted here by jethro
    That is amazing. Isn't Ankit Fadia from India?
    Yes he is
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