How do such new features affect the Advanced Certification Exam? I.e. the webinar hand-out Guide and directions already differed from the sample company available.

During the Advanced Certification Webinar a Sample company had to be used to apply the steps demonstrated/explained. But the sample company available to me differed substantially from the one in the hand-out and used by the instructor. I.e. no Cost of Goods section existed on the Chart of Accounts in my sample company, thus had to be created before the sub-accounts could be set up. 

As I was reviewing / reapplying the steps in my sample company starting yesterday, and breaking late last night, I am today confronted with a totally new look when clicking on the Products and Services, as instructed. 

How does this sudden change affect the exam questions? I.e. I am instructed on page 24 to create a Bundle. I haven't found an equivalent in the Sample company's now totally new look of Products and Services.

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