eBook Viewing Tips
For PDF eBook Versions
eBooks in PDF format require readily-available Adobe Reader software on PC and Mac computers to read them. If you don't already have Adobe Reader software, you can download it free directly from Adobe Systems Inc. Adobe Reader software provides its own set of button and keyboard controls for viewing the eBook contents.
You can also transfer/download/sync eBooks in PDF format from your computer to any of the ebook reader devices that support PDF format, including Kindle, Neo, Nook, Sony, Netronix, Alex, Pandigital and Kobo.
The link at the end of the eBook will open a web browser window to our website, where more eBook selections are available.
For EXE eBook Versions
The link at the top of the eBook text, just under the book cover image, will open a web browser window to our website, where more eBook selections are available.
The link at the bottom of the eBook window will open a web browser window to this set of eBook reading tips.
Closing your eBook window while reading anywhere within the eBook will "save your place" and open the eBook at the same window the next time you open it.
The buttons at the top of the EXE format eBook window offer the following controls:
Click the cursor once within the EXE format eBook window to establish these additional keyboard controls: