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#87361 - 02/23/04 05:36 AM N.E.C. hi-lite guide
bshep714 Offline
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Registered: 02/19/04
Posts: 2
Loc: Malabar, FL, USA
Does anyone know where i can obtain an NEC hi-lite guide. I used to get them when From my instructor when I was an apprentice (over ten years ago). Now that I am an apprenticeship instructor I would like to either make them available to my students or at least point them in the right direction to get one.

If it costs something thats fair enough. I know of one company that sells a pre hi-lited codebooks, but because I teach 3rd & 4th year all my students already have codebooks.

2014 / 2011 NEC & Related Books and Study Guides
#87362 - 02/26/04 09:32 AM Re: N.E.C. hi-lite guide
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Please, any info would be helpfull

#87363 - 02/26/04 10:23 AM Re: N.E.C. hi-lite guide
Roger Offline

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I know that Tom Henry's tabs come with high lighting notes. This may not be what you're after, but you can find these tabs here.



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