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I've downloaded a PDF. What's next?
August 22 2013 05:54 PM

If you've downloaded* a PDF, you can read it on your PC or MAC in Adobe Reader. Adobe Reader is a free download.

Also, your PDF will work on the following popular devices, just to name a few:

  • Aluratek Libre (Air, Pro, Color, Touch)
  • Amazon Kindle (2, 3, DX, Fire)
  • Apple iOS Devices
  • Barnes & Noble Nook (Nook, Simple Touch, Color)
  • Sony Reader (Touch, Daily, Pocket, PRS: 500, 505, 700)

Not seeing your device? Here is a complete list:

  • Amazon Kindle 2, DX
  • Amazon Kindle 3
  • Amazon Kindle Fire
  • Android Devices
  • Apple iOS Devices
  • Barnes & Noble Nook
  • Barnes & Noble Nook Color
  • Bookeen Cybook Gen3, Opus
  • COOL-ER Classic
  • Gnu/Linux Operating System
  • Foxit eSlick
  • Hanlin e-Reader V3
  • Hanvon WISEreader
  • iRex iLiad
  • Iriver Story
  • Kobo eReader
  • Nokia N900
  • NUUTbook 2
  • OLPC XO, Sugar
  • Onyx Boox 60
  • Mac OS X
  • Windows
  • Pocketbook 301 Plus, 302, 360°
  • Sony Reader
  • Viewsonic VEB612
  • Windows Phone 7

Ideally, downloading* the PDF to your device from the download email is the way to go. If direct download is not an option, transfer the PDF from your pc/mac to your device. For more on this, check with your device manufacturer's website.

 

*The eBook Download feature is available for titles purchased by your institution.
If your institution is subscribing to titles, the download feature will not be visible for those titles.

 

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