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Downloading, Printing, and Saving eBooks
The amount of content you can copy, print, and download varies by title and whether or not the book has been downloaded. These limits can be determined by reading the information under Availability in the item's record. Downloaded content can be transferred to and read on ereader devices like Nooks and Kindles. You will have to consult your device's manual for information on this process.
To download a full book:
- Access the desired ebook's record.
- Click Full Download and sign in with your ebrary login credentials. If you do not have an account with ebrary, you will need to create one at this point.
- Select the device you are using. (If you are using a Windows-based mobile device, select Laptop Desktop.)
- If you selected Laptop Desktop and don't already have Adobe Digital Editions installed on your device, you will be prompted to install it at this point.
- At this point you should be able to download the ebook. Most ebooks will expire in 7-14 days, depending upon the license.
- If you can't download the book it may be a limited-user book with no more downloads allowed, or you might already have 10 books downloaded, which is the maximum that ebrary allows.
- Note that some books are not available for fully downloading.
- For further information on downloading books and device/software specific troubleshooting, please consult the ebrary Support Center.
To download a single chapter:
- Access the desired ebook's record.
- Click Read Online, then navigate to the chapter that you wish to download using the Table of Contents.
- Click the Chapter Download icon, near the top of the screen. From here, you can change the page range or citation style, if you desire.
- Click Continue, then Open PDF. The chapter will then download.
- Unlike full books, individual chapters do not expire. However, downloading chapters counts against the maximum number of pages you can print from an ebook.
- For further information on downloading ebook chapters and printing limits, please consult the ebrary Support Center.