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Can MVP's Answer Real Questions?

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Anonymous
July 11, 2005 1:19:09 PM

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The only help they can seem to provide are silly little gui tricks. Any
problems of substance are ignored.

Come on mvp's, show us you can do more than point and click. Answer a real
problem.
July 11, 2005 10:47:39 PM

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On Mon, 11 Jul 2005 09:19:09 -0700, "Jude Lucien"
<JudeLucien@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

>The only help they can seem to provide are silly little gui tricks. Any
>problems of substance are ignored.
>
>Come on mvp's, show us you can do more than point and click. Answer a real
>problem.

Kill file for stupidly.
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Anonymous
July 11, 2005 11:45:20 PM

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You should be ashamed of yourself....

All MVP's do a tremendous job and are extremely helpful.

Apparently you're a total idiot that nobody can help!

"Jude Lucien" <JudeLucien@discussions.microsoft.com> skrev i en meddelelse news:003C05D4-EA46-4DE8-BE16-52C2B3C1CE11@microsoft.com...
> The only help they can seem to provide are silly little gui tricks. Any
> problems of substance are ignored.
>
> Come on mvp's, show us you can do more than point and click. Answer a real
> problem.
Anonymous
July 12, 2005 5:15:32 PM

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In article <003C05D4-EA46-4DE8-BE16-52C2B3C1CE11@microsoft.com>,
JudeLucien@discussions.microsoft.com says...
> The only help they can seem to provide are silly little gui tricks. Any
> problems of substance are ignored.
>
> Come on mvp's, show us you can do more than point and click. Answer a real
> problem.

The real problem associated with addressing problems, and it's not
limited to the MVP's, is the Idiots that post they have a problem or
can't get help, and the same Idiot doesn't post what the problem is!

MVP's are just people, like the rest of us, that spend more time helping
than others do in most cases. While an MVP designation is nice, the
actual holder is being recognised due to their ability to help the
largest number of people - which, like any nonspecialist, means that
they 'may' not have the depth of experience to handle harder, less
common, questions posted. Sometimes Volume of help means more than depth
of help - based on the number of posts asking for help with the same
problem, I would say it's great to have MVP's to take the load of them.

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