Another source for beginner TAB for purely diatonic fretboards is my noter-drone blog. It offers 30 some tabs, not one of which uses a 6.5 fret.
You can do a 'tag' search on the right column in it to pull up the 32 posts which contain free TAB, and you'll get page 1 of those results here:
(click for "older posts" at bottom to see more posts that contain tab)
Each tab when you click on it will enlarge to page size and you just print it out. You can then make your own little binder or folder with them and work from it.
Of course, i kind of like to see the tabs accompanied by the playing and tuning tips and the song lore that I sometimes post along with each tab- makes it easier and more interesting than just looking at the tab alone. I guess you could print that out too and stick it in the binder next to each tab you choose. I don't mind folks doing this on an individual basis to use as a learning tool, just not mass-printing them to hand out in multiples like for dulcimer clubs or workshops.
You might want to pick a handful of the simpler beginner tabs to print out and organize for your friend, R.N. Hey, maybe they'll want to read the blog too if they get interested!
Those irritated by grain of sand best avoid beach.
-Strumelia proverb c.1990