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Yep, having another frustrating moment of crappy VS/.Net HELP. So here's a suggestion, add to the mysterious MVP criteria "fix up 100+ items on the MSDN Library every year" and make it a requirement. Ya, no proof, no MVP.
And they have to start with those that are in-accurate, incomplete, and not telling you how or why you need to use the dang method/property/etc.
If they are lucky, they'll finish before the US cleans up it's deficit.
It's a great idea, but sadly I fear it would be a task of the type that would make Sisyphus say "I give up" as MS continues to churn out inferior documentation for an ever expanding stream of product releases.
*pre-emptive celebratory nipple tassle jiggle* - Sean Ewington