How to open .VCE(Visual CertExam) Files on your Desktop

Posted In Uncategorized - By Piyush Dungrani On Saturday, September 25th, 2010 With 0 Comments

How to open .VCE(Visual CertExam) Files on your Desktop If you have ever tried to give any of the Microsoft certification exams like MCAS, MCSA, MCSE, MCITP, MCTS, MCPD then while surfing the net your must have come across the .VCE(Visual CertExam) files. To learn with .VCE files is a real help in preparing for the Microsoft certification.

How to open .VCE(Visual CertExam) Files

The files with .VCE extensions can be open with the Visual CertExam Manager. It is a great application to use when preparing for any type of exams.

Visual CertExam Manager is a part of Visual CertExam suite. Visual CertExam suite is a test engine designed specifically for certification exam preparation. It allows you to create, edit and take practice tests in an environment very similar to a real exam. Visual CertExam Suite includes two applications:

  • Visual CertExam Designer allows you to create and edit your own professional practice exams. It is designed, first of all, for authors involved in practice exam development.
  • Visual CertExam Manager is designed for taking exams created with Visual CertExam Designer. The application interface provides the most realistic simulation of the real certification exam.

Visual CertExam Manager

Version:1.9.987
Operating Systems:Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008/7
File Size:1.4 MB
Download EXE: Visual CertExam Manager 1.9
Download ZIP: Visual CertExam Manager 1.9

For more details : http://www.visualcertexam.com/dwnl/visual-certexam-manager.html

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