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Do My Courses Expire?

One question I'm commonly asked is "do my courses ever expire?" The short answer is NO, but there is one exception.

If you purchased your courses outright on the main Order Form or one of my many promotional offers, you can keep coming back as often as you like to watch them. There is no time limit. As long as my web site exists, your lessons will be available to you.

If you are a Learning Connection member, those courses have been purchased, are added to your account, and they're yours forever. You can watch them as many times as you want.

If you're a member of my MYOLP Learning Club, you can only watch your lessons as long as you remain a member. You are paying a monthly fee to access the site and view whatever you want, but you don't get to keep your lessons when you cancel your membership.


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6 years ago
I can't review window 8 expert, advanced and developer

Reply from Alex Hedley:

They haven't been released yet.
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7 years ago
Can we download access tips video ?

Reply from Richard Rost:

No, sorry. They're not designed to be downloaded.
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Michael Perry 
9 years ago
Can I purchase the course on CD or DVD?

Reply from Richard Rost:

When you order any of my courses, you have 3 options: you can watch the videos online in your browser (like YouTube), you can download the videos to watch them offline, or we can ship them to you on a CD (you pay a small shipping cost). In any case, the videos are the same; it's just the delivery method that changes. I don't have my videos available on DVD (where you can play them in a regular TV with a DVD player) but if enough people are interested, I could certainly do that. Read More...
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