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- We use
Adobe Digital Edition, which is free software that allows you to
download and read (offline) our digital books. These
mobile apps and devices are compatable with Adobe Digital Edition.
electronic books can be read on 6 different devices. You
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Adobe ID on all your devices, otherwise it will not work!
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following 4 instructions, plus a download link for the book. Check your spam
box if you do not receive this email.
- To view the book(s) you purchased, first download and install Adobe
- Once Adobe Digital Edition has been installed, click on the book
link at the end of the email.
- Open the URLLink.acsm file with Adobe Digital Edition.
- If you have not used Adobe Digital Edition before, it will ask
you to Authorize Your Computer.
- You must create a free Adobe ID (or use your existing Adobe ID),
and then click on the Authorize button.
- Adobe Digital Edition will now download our book.
- Happy reading!
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