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Hp-15c manuals, if you don't have them yet:



For those who don't have it yet... A 16c manual: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/140543198675?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649

- Pauli

Edited: 11 Sept 2011, 7:31 a.m.

Ahem, these are color copies only, not original manuals...


Edited: 11 Sept 2011, 8:11 a.m.


I am assuming that the seller is actually violating copyright law?? Am I right or wrong Tim?


My guess is the seller bought the MOHP DVD and is just printing color copies. Regardless of the source, I agree with Namir's suggestion, the manuals likely represent illegal copies.

Ebay has not responded to any of my reports to that effect.

Allen (ebay:hudendai)

On a side note, except for the discussion, the original posting should probably be in the Classifieds section, not in the Forum.

(edit) Another interesting side note: a quick survey of the seller's other auctions shows he's netted north of $2500 selling (illegal) HP manual copies.

Edited: 11 Sept 2011, 9:08 a.m.

I found HP 15C manuals here HP Manual

Edited: 11 Sept 2011, 9:09 a.m.

Also a reprint, most likely in violation of copyright.

And in violation of country of origin labeling since I doubt the reprints are actually being printed in Canada :-P

Hp-15c manuals, if you don't have them yet:

I have one here received as an eval copy, but I can't say I'm
all that impressed. It is a reasonable reprint and appears
to be of mohpc origin as AFAICT it has the same digitization
artifacts. It is printed two pages to a physical US
letter size page and subsequently cut in half which yields the
footprint. But it would have been better IMHO if either the
manual image was scaled to fit the full half page area or
(preferably) each half page was cut down to actual printed area.
The spiral binding though is a welcome feature.

Although admittedly I'm quite impressed with HP's decision to
reauthor the Owner's and Advanced Functions Handbook.
I hope the latter is forthcoming and doesn't get lost in the