Sadly, it's not technically legal to share such files. If you use them for your own benefit, that's one thing. It's just not good to advertise, even on an under-the-radar board such as this one. (As long as you don't post it for free download you're probably okay and will avoid the wrath of the WotC-Nazis who watch for these things.)
On the other hand, you can buy them online nowadays for cheap. There's another thread with a link to such a place....
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Post by crimhthanthegreat on Oct 16, 2007 18:26:44 GMT -6
If you have the documents themselves, then it is legal to have a pdf of the documents that you have. The legal to buy pdf, is a 6th printing, but easy to convert to a 5th printing if you can edit pdfs. It should be legal to post the conversion info since it is a very limited amount of info. I have several sets of the rulebooks themselves, but I print the pdfs out to use for play. Wish those had been around years ago before we wore the first few sets all the way out. You couldn't just go to a Kinko's 30 years ago and make a copy to use at the table.