In short, no.
To add to Chris's answer, MSDN is a fairly good resource and reasonably well indexed by Google. However, despite having topic pages for much of the .NET Framework, its languages and many other things, many of these documentation pages don't have good examples of how to use a particular feature or class library.
It may also be non-obvious to a learner how groups of features documented across several (and often unrelated) pages can work together to arrive at a solution.
For example, say you're a developer working with the IIS7 administration API's:
The docs there amount to some waffle about how these API's enable developers to extend and manage IIS7 and then a huge blob of rather terse descriptions of the API's themselves. There's not much context and the reader may not know they also need to browse over to here to provide some background for these API's and their usage.
I've been using MSDN in its various forms (offline and online) for 14 years and there are still days when I find myself tearing my hair out when trying to piece together information on how to use a particular API or language feature.
Sometimes you need assistance with understanding the documentation and that's a fair enough thing to ask for.