Multimedia CD ROM

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  1. A printable version identical to the one available for download.
  2. For easy on-screen viewing and reference, a screen-formatted and hyperlinked version which is available exclusively on the CD-ROM. These hyperlinks include:
  • 230 chapter, section, and sub-heading links
  • 3600 index links
The CD ROM contains over 600MB of content. We believe that it sets a new standard for value.

The CD ROM contains everything in the printable version of the book and everything (with the important exception of personalized attention!) from the five-day full-immersion training seminars. We believe that it sets a new standard for quality.


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