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Please provide a download link for a scoresheet for recording moves during match-play. I could format my own but why reinvent the wheel? I am happy to provide a sample as an illustration.

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I have a scoresheet I created for my own use here:

I have pdf versions in various colors and the MS Publisher file I used to create it. So if you have MS Publisher you can modify it.

The readme.txt file in that folder has descriptions of the files.

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Welcome to the site, awesome scoresheets, I printed out a few for casual use (as opposed to my tournament scorebook)! – Andrew Feb 13 '13 at 6:13
That's quite nice. I like the extended fields for time or eval. – Robert Kaucher Feb 13 '13 at 19:19
Thanks, when looking at various scoresheets and scorebooks for sale, and also some printable scoresheets, none seemed to have all the features I wanted. I wanted the fields for the players names to be big and prominent etc. Some scoresheets had a lot of features, but the design wasn't very pleasing. So I came up with this. Glad you guys like it. – EvilSpudBoy Feb 15 '13 at 19:25
Personally I prefer to have the game result at the top of the sheet so I will edit your template for my own needs. Many thanks for sharing. – mleonard Mar 12 '13 at 11:25

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