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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and Help
Once your order has been accepted, downloads are provided to you on a web page.
Just in case there is a problem with the web page, we do send an email with backup links in it to the email address provided when the order was placed (except for orders with FREE items only, FREE items may be re-ordered for new download links at your convenience.).
Downloads links are active for 24 hours or 5 clicks from the time the order has completed.
Downloads access can only be made available for orders placed in this or last month, save and back up your purchases as soon as possible.
Should you need more time or have problems please contact us.
Downloads can be opened and then printed or can be saved to your computer or electronic device for later printing.
1) Click on the download link and the PDF files should open in Adobe Reader).
2) Once all pages are viewable on your screen, scroll to the last page to be sure the file is completely download.
3) Use the Adobe Reader printer icon to print the pages, do not use the FILE - PRINT option from your browser.
Printed pages are for your own personal use and may NOT be sold, traded, or distributed.
Save for later Printing
1) Right mouse click on the download link (normal click is a left click).
2) Choose to SAVE the file to your computer for later printing/viewing at your convenience;
(SAVE - Target as, SAVE file as - etc). Large files can take time to completely download, be patient and do not try to open the file until it has been completely downloaded.
3) It is IMPORTANT to know where you save the files. Renaming the files is fine but always keep the same extension (.pdf or .exe or .bcp or .xxx)
Files are for your own personal use and may NOT be sold, traded, or distributed.
Disabled any program that may BLOCK downloads.
For PDF downloads, have the newest version of Acrobat Reader installed and working properly.
Try a different web browser.
Computer and or printer memory may be full; reboot computer and printer.
Within Adobe Reader use the PRINT icon instead of the FILE -> PRINT option in your browser's menu.
Patience; wait for the file to completely download before trying to print.
Save the file to your computer, then address the printing problem. This will insure that the problem is not Internet related and will also eliminate the need to log into our site before trying to print each time.
iBooks: Viewing, syncing, saving, and printing PDFs on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
Favorite PDF Reading Apps for the iPad
Adjust settings: Pull down settings from the top of the kindle and tap on "more", then tap on "device".
You'll see "allow installation of application from unknown sources".
Toggle to "on" position. That's it. Hope it works for you!
Where did the files I downloaded to my Kindle Fire go?
The menu system seems pretty easy to navigate around on the Kindle Fire. Perhaps too easy at times. When I realized that I wanted to continue reading a PDF file that I had downloaded directly to my Fire from a website, I could not for the life of me figure out where the folders were for me to find this file.
I ended up redownloading the file to continue reading it. But again, I wanted to continue with this file.
Fear not. You can easily get to your downloaded files rather easily. It does not seem to make complete sense to me why it is set up this way, but what you need to do is:
open the web browser, then click on the little bar of paper icon (that's the best that I can describe it) found on the bottom black bar. There you will find a link to your downloads, that you will be able to access, with out having to download that file every time you want to access it.
Three Easy Ways to Load Non-Amazon Books on Your Kindle Fire
How to Get PDFs Onto My Kindle Fire
You can send your PDF files to your Kindle email address and put "convert" as the subject. Then all the PDF files will be converted to Kindle content. No one has to pay Amazon to convert a pdf. It just does it if you put "Convert" in the subject line when sending a PDF, via email, to your Kindle device.
How to Download EPUB, PDF, and Mobipocket to the Kindle Fire info can be see at: http://tidbits.com/article/12921
Kindle Fire,page rotation
1) Click the Settings Gear to find the Locked / Unlocked setting.
Note: the setting is obtained by dragging a finger down from the top of the screen.
1) Run the app, then load any book.
2) Tap the lower right corner of the screen. You should see a little padlock icon.
3) While it's still visible, tap that icon to toggle between locked and unlocked settings.
When it shows locked, the screen will not rotate from whichever orientation it's currently in.
When it shows unlocked, the screen will rotate when you tilt your device.
Note: If you've disabled auto-rotate in your device's operating system, setting the Kindle app to "unlock" will have no effect; the global settings override it.
So if you do want screen rotation, make sure it's enabled in the OS first.
How to Transfer PDFs to a Nook:
1) Locate the PDF file either on your desktop or within the file browser.
2) Connect the Nook to your computer via USB cable.
3) Locate the My Documents folder within the Nook.
4) Drag and drop the PDF file from the original location to the Nook's My Documents folder.
More details found at Dummies.com
Downloads access can only be made available for orders placed in this or last month, save and back up your purchases as soon as possible. Files are for your own personal use and may NOT be sold, traded, or distributed.
It is fine to swap, sell, lend or give away your old magazines, but copyright regulations mean that photocopying and scanning pages to pass on to other people is against the law.
Where do I access my downloads?
Enabling Adobe PDF plugin
Kindle & Kindle Fire Help
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