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FICO certification and help

Dear Friends,

I am new to SAP FI/CO and am planning to work towards certification in the next few weeks.

I have done some homework and figured out that SAP certified training is ruled out because of the cost:(

help.sap.come is really good but it is difficult to always be connected online and read on a computer. I could find 4.6c version of help in pdf format but not newer versions.

It looks like TFIN50, TFIN52, TFIN20, and TFIN22 files are out there somewhere! I am sure this training material will be extremely helpful for certification. If someone can send me the pdf files, i will be very thankful!

Any advice, tips, and suggestions by recently certified professionals are most welcome.

And yes, wish me some luck!

Thanks,

Kumar

kumar.fico08@gmail.com

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 01:48 AM

    Hello

    The documentation distributed in SAP certification / training is precious to all those who have paid the high cost for it. I don't think any body would be willing to share. Unless you really know him close.

    My advise is forget this material. Just spend a day on the Google and search documents sub module by sub module. There are tons of them available. Down load the same and make your own special notes.

    Ultimately they are all the same.And most of them are freely available.

    Second, have a system to practice and use the forum on config tips. First configure FI and then CO followed by base config of other modules. Check how data flows into FI and so on.

    Reg

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 08:42 PM

    Guy, help me out!

    Thanks.

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