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    Default Looking for someone to help with MSFS 2020

    Hello: I am looking for an experienced user to give a few private tutorials with the new MSFS 2020. Help using the controls and a few tips.
    I can be reached at [email protected]. willing to pay for a few lessons. Thank You.

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    Hi David If I may offer some advice there are numerous tutorials on how to fly Youtube is a good place to start I am a fairly new user myself ,just search youtube for your field of interest you could also use google to find tutorials but most forums have some form of tutorial section depending on what you are interested in also read previous posts by people on the forum again use the search.
    Your e-mail Address is giveing me a bad syntax error is it entered correctly
    Kind regards

    Andrew

    ps Its ok it was me lol
    Last edited by Apollo212; 04-20-2021 at 07:43 AM.

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    Hi David,

    There is a payware manual available too that you may find useful.

    https://store.flightsim.com/product/...tor-msfs-2020/

    All the best
    Stinger




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    I bought the manual. Personally, I didn't really find it particularly useful. I'm actually struggling to think of a single practical thing I learnt from that manual... It's a great history lesson on FS though.

    I don't mean to crap on Mr. Stinger, I know you're just trying to help. But IMO, rather burn the money, you'll at least get a little heat that way.
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    Try removing the period at the end of the address [email protected]

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    Never a good idea to post your email in forums unless you like lots of scams and junk mail.
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    The OP is probably going to receive emails from lots of unexpected senders that have nothing to do with MSFS.

    From Lifewire:

    Any text on a web page that contains the @ character is fair game for email harvesting programs. Spammers and hackers use complex automated tools to scan the web and gather email addresses. Spammers harvest email addresses from mailing lists, websites, chat rooms, domain contact points, and much more. Understand that if you list your email address online, a spammer will find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KiloWatt View Post
    I bought the manual. Personally, I didn't really find it particularly useful. I'm actually struggling to think of a single practical thing I learnt from that manual... It's a great history lesson on FS though.

    I don't mean to crap on Mr. Stinger, I know you're just trying to help. But IMO, rather burn the money, you'll at least get a little heat that way.
    It probably depends on your previous flightsim experience. If the OP is a newbie to the genre it may be more useful. I bought it too but like most new things I buy i find that online tutorials on YT better for learning about it.

    Some people prefer to digest by reading which is why I suggested it. It has been updated along the way and although I haven't revisited it, it is probably more complete now.

    No offence taken !

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    Yeah YT tutorials should be anyone's first port of call when struggling with something. I think everyone knows who Squirrel is; but those new to the sim, he made some great tutorials.

    Now I'm kind of curious about the manual. It's been a while since I've looked at it, and it's probably been updated a few times since. I'll check it out over lunch...
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