im looking for a training book for Microvellum.
You'd think they'd throw one in for the $20,000-$30,000 that they charge for it.
The market is so small it's unlikely that there'd be any training materials offered from anyone but Microvellum.
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i google for 2 hours and didn't find anything, i guess the only training books you get is from the company.
For now, yes. And trust me, they want it that way. They keep control and make more money that way. Try getting documentation and training on how Microsoft products work.
If you have a license you can create an account and have access to forums/ manual.
I have a license, but can't seem to get any information from the forum. even training that I purchased. its been months that I've been waiting to hear from a rep on what should be a fairly simple answer on how pricing is supposed to work