"Using the Quill - A beginner's guide"

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"Using the Quill - A beginner's guide"

#1 Post by catventure » Thu Jul 13, 2017 10:31 am

Does anybody know how I can get a copy/scan/download of this publication from 1995 Dragonsoft. 60 pages
Author: Simon Avery and Debby Howard.
It's for the 8-bit microcomputers + Gilsoft Quill text adventure program
I contacted Simon but he doesn't have it nor Debby's contact details.


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Re: "Using the Quill - A beginner's guide"

#2 Post by catventure » Fri Sep 01, 2017 9:24 am

A photocopy of the publication has been obtained at long last and will be digitally scanned for download.
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Re: "Using the Quill - A beginner's guide"

#3 Post by catventure » Fri Sep 01, 2017 9:07 pm

Here is the link to the Quill Guide:

https://t.co/p5WDsjfDbe

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Re: "Using the Quill - A beginner's guide"

#4 Post by ahope1 » Sun Sep 03, 2017 4:45 pm

And here's a direct link to the document on the Internet Archive, so you don't have to go through Twitter's URL-shortening service (t.co)!:
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