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Using eBooks at the Blume Library
This guide provides step-by-step tips to find and use eBooks, particularly EBSCO eBooks. Includes tips on how to download an eBook to your computer and transfer to an eReader. Also includes links to free eBooks online.
Adobe ID: You may need to create an Adobe ID if you do not already have one.
You will see a pop-up box with the message "This eBook was checked out successfully."
You will see a dialog box asking if you want to "Open with Adobe Digital Edition" or "Save File". If you choose "Open with", you will bring up the book in Adobe Digital Editions. If you select "Save File", the file will be saved to your computer. You can read it later.
Find the Adobe Digital Editions program on your computer. Open the program to read the book you checked out.
eBooks are only available during the limited checkout period.
Look at eReader Tips if you want to transfer an eBook to your mobile device.