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This depends on the textbook's publisher, as each one sets different print/download limits.  See a list of textbook publishers below.  If your textbook is in the library's collection, click here for more information.

  • Cengage - These are fully downloadable and printable – print by clicking the printer icon at the top left corner of the e-book or by clicking ‘file’ then ‘print’ CIW - These are fully downloadable and printable – print by clicking the printer icon at the top left corner of the e-book or by clicking ‘file’ then ‘print’
  • Jones & Bartlett – These are fully downloadable and printable – print by clicking the printer icon at the top left corner of the e-book or by clicking ‘file’ then ‘print’
  • McGraw-Hill - Only for Online Viewing, but can be printed at the chapter level - To print by chapter, click on the ‘Contents’ tab at the top left area of the e-book.  The drop down menu lists the chapters (Part One through Part _) and at the bottom of the menu there are options for ‘full chapter printouts’ of Part One through  Part _.  Click on the tab for the chapters you want to print and a 2nd drop down menu will appear to the right.  From there, click on the chapter you want to print.  This tutorial may be helpful:  http://mhlearningsolutions.com/apr/AmericanPublicUnivSystemeBook/eBookwalkthrough.html
    • Please note that McGraw-Hill is currently updating the e-book format.  The chapters will be available as pdf files.  To print these files, click the 'Click to Print' tab (red) at the top of each chapter.
  • Pearson - Only for Online Viewing, but can be printed at the chapter level – print by clicking the printer icon at the top right corner of the e-book or by clicking ‘file’ then ‘print’
  • Bedford  - These are fully downloadable and printable – print by clicking the printer icon at the top left corner of the e-book or by clicking ‘file’ then ‘print’