I haven't seen a pdf version of this. I'm pretty sure since it's Chilton which is a company still in business, even if someone scanned it, it's probably not available on the internet due to copyright issues. It's not like the actual kaypro manuals or so many other things out there where the company is out of business, I'm pretty sure that Chilton is monitoring the internet and sending out cease and desist letters for any of their manuals without even bothering to see if it's a current manual or not.
For someone who has donated and thrown out hundreds of books, an interlibrary loan can make a lot of sense. I just today picked up the 8088 Project Book. I will "scan" it, for my own purposes, can't markup a library book.l, but can copy and paste an electronic one all day long. And that's one less pile of dead wood I have to worry about. I still love books. But my days of hoarding are coming to a close.
And I used to own a copy of the above. Was donated or chucked. Ain't that some crap.
What's funny is I totally forgot about this discussion... but I actually have one of these books now. I'm not even sure where or when I picked it up, but clearly it was sometime after the November post I last wrote. I think the person who gave me my first (un-repairable) kaypro eventually gave me this book. Even worse, after getting it, i never even bothered to open it up, i just keep moving it around as my retro bookshelf is full.
That said, I wouldn't know how to scan it either... i'm certainly not sitting at my copier for a few hours.