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I have a book which covers most of the course material for the 70-176 exam.  After going through the sections of the exam that are covered by the book  in comparison to those required for the exam, I noticed that there are two components that are not in the book.  The two components are:

Install and configure Microsoft Visual Basic for Desktop Applications (This comes under Establishing the Development Environment)

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Deploy Application Updates for Desktop Applications (This comes under Maintaining and Supporting an Application)

I cannot find any materials for these two components of the exam.  Can anybody help me out?

Thanks.
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I don't remember having any questions related to the installation of VB. Regarding the deployment, questions are mostly arround the Binary compatibility of components.
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Would you consider 70-100 to be easier than 176 and 175?  I just came from examcram.com and they rate 70-100 as easier than the other two.  I know it is much longer (3 hours) but that doesn't necessarily mean its harder.
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70-100 is a lot different. It is not much difficult but you need to think the Microsoft way. You read case studies for about 20 minutes and then you answer 3 or 4 questions. I didn't like this exam. If you can afford the Transcender test exam for this one, go for it. This is the best preparation you can have.
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