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HP Forum Archive 09
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|HP 32S Manual.|
Message #1 Posted by K. Crowe on 9 Jan 2003, 5:54 p.m.
I bought a HP-32S off of ebay and the manual that came with it was french. I had no idea of this unitl I recieved it in the mail. I guess maybe I should have asked, but I didnt even this about it. I would buy the HP Museum cd of manuals but I already spent a lot on this calc and Im a engineering student without a lot of money. I would really like to have a manual. Could anyone send me a pdf file of the manual if they have it? Thanks.
|Well I'm an unemployed engineer...|
Message #2 Posted by Dave Hicks on 9 Jan 2003, 6:54 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by K. Crowe
with an ever diminishing investment portfolio who currently depends on CD sales to pay for the website.
I'll just point out here that the scans on the museum CDs are copyrighted and represent at lot of (very boring) work and leave it at that.
|Re: Well I'm an unemployed engineer...|
Message #3 Posted by K. Crowe on 9 Jan 2003, 7:17 p.m.,
in response to message #2 by Dave Hicks
Fair enough, thanks.
|HP32SII Manual PDF file|
Message #4 Posted by Vieira, Luiz C. (Brazil) on 9 Jan 2003, 8:00 p.m.,
in response to message #3 by K. Crowe
I'd HIGHLY recomend adding the (now) 7 CD pack to your CD library, if you allow me to. I have the earlier 5 CD pack and I'm finding a way out to upgrade it to the 7 CD (or DVD).
I know it's none of my business, but it is a bargain. Anyone who already have it will vouch me. So will you, as you get yours.
Don't blame me, just give yourself a try.
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