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Downloading Adobe E-books

You can download an Adobe E-book immediately after reaching the Confirmation page, the final part of the purchase process. Click the link to the Download page and then click the link(s) to the file(s) you would like to download.

Or, if you would prefer to download your purchase later, you may do so in the My Account section. You can get there via the link in your e-mail receipt, or from any page on the site. Within this section, go to the Download Center. After logging in, you will have access to your downloads. To download a file, simply click on the filename.

A Wiley e-book filename is based on the title's ISBN. You may wish to make a note of the ISBN listed in your confirmation e-mail message so that you will be able to locate the file more easily.

Please remember that you must download a file onto the computer on which you plan to use it. Files are not transferable, so if you wish to have the file on another computer, you must download it again to that computer (for a total of up to 4 downloads). Also, you must download each file within 14 days of purchase.

After you download a file, the Adobe software will add the new title to your library, accessible when you run the program.

Downloading time depends on several factors: the speed of your Internet connection and the size of the file.

Opening your e-book on your reading device



Transferring Your E-book to a Reading Device

You can read your e-book on your computer, or transfer it to your reading device, including:
AndroidTM
iPad®
iPhone®
Kobo
Nook®
Sony® Reader
Click here for find instructions on transferring your e-book to any of the devices listed above.



Adobe E-books System and Software Requirements

Adobe e-books are in a special format that must be viewed with a special file-reading program, Adobe Digital Editions, which can be downloaded for free at Adobe.com. You will need to install the software and activate it according to the instructions given in the application.

If you have been reading Adobe E-books with the Adobe Reader software, please note that the newest versions of Adobe Reader (starting with 8.0) no longer support e-books. To continue reading Adobe E-books, use version 7 or earlier, or use Adobe Digital Editions software. PLEASE NOTE: Adobe has released an optional update to the Digital Editions reader. If you are prompted by the Digital Editions software, we recommend that you update your ADE Reader to Version 1.7.1.

Review the system and software requirements for Adobe Digital Editions at Adobe.com.



Usage Rights for Wiley Adobe E-books

Any Wiley e-book you purchase will come with certain restrictions that allow Wiley to protect the copyrights of its products. After you purchase this Wiley Adobe E-book title, you:
  • May use the provided link to download the file up to 4 times onto different computers. This link is accessible in the My Account section of this website or from the original e-mail.
  • Must download it within 14 days of purchase
  • May not move the file to a different computer
  • May not lend, sell or give the e-book to another user
  • May not copy the e-book file
  • May copy/paste anything up to a page of text, 10 pages total, every 7 days
  • May not copy/paste diagrams, figures, or artwork
  • May annotate text in e-book
If you have any questions about these restrictions, you may contact Customer Care at (877) 762-2974 (8 a.m. - 5 p.m. EST, Monday - Friday).



Troubleshooting Adobe E-books

If you are unable to read your e-book, there may be a problem with your installation of the Adobe Digital Editions software. Please visit Adobe.com for the latest information on troubleshooting that software.

If you have been reading Adobe E-books with the Adobe Reader software, please note that the newest versions of Adobe Reader (starting with 8.0) no longer support e-books. To continue reading Adobe E-books, download version 7 or earlier, or use Adobe Digital Editions software. To view newly purchased e-books, you must use Adobe Digital Editions software.

If you have ruled out any Adobe Reader problems and you think it's a problem with our file, please contact Customer Care.