Answered By: Mark Winek Last Updated: May 22, 2018 Views: 191
It depends. (What an awful answer...) The publisher or provider may allow for this functionality. Here's how to find out:
- Read the help documentation where you found the e-book. Check to see if it addresses downloading materials for use offline.
- If you can download the book to your computer, what file format is the e-book in and is that file format supported by your device?
- Does the e-book require Adobe Digital Editions, or another form of digital rights managment software?
- If you're using a smartphone, do you need an app to read the e-book?
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