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no its seems not to be there, although I actually have not taken the test. It is not in the objectives. There was one (not more) person who reported, that there was filter-related stuff in 1 option of his test. If s.o. has different view, please post. Axel
There is no need to learn about filters if you are only aiming to pass the exam. With all due respect, learning is not always about passing an exam. Sure it is one of the things we do, but when you are learning something I believe in doing a good job at it. Exam is a secondary thing....for what its worth. Just a caution about the above sentence, please DONOT take it out of context - if your aim is to pass the exam. - satya
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com
subject: Filters - is it in the objectives for SCWCD?