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What are the different e-book formats?

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What are the different e-book formats?

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• PerfectBound publishes e-books in three formats — Adobe Acrobat eBook Reader, Microsoft Reader, and Palm Reader. The HarperCollins e-books store sells e-books in all three formats: Adobe Acrobat eBook Reader Adobe Acrobat eBook Reader is free software that allows you to read e-books on your desktop or laptop computer. The reader can be used on the Windows 98/ME/2000/NT 4.0/XP and on Macintosh OS 9.x platforms. To download the Adobe Acrobat eBook Reader, click here. Note that Acrobat eBook Reader is very similar to Acrobat Reader, but contains extra features specific to e-books. You cannot read an Adobe Acrobat eBook on Acrobat Reader. For more information visit the Adobe Acrobat eBook Reader site: http://www.adobe.com/products/ebookreader Microsoft Reader Microsoft Reader 2.0 is free software that allows you to read e-books on your desktop or laptop computer or Pocket PC 2002 device. After activating (registering) your copy of Microsoft Reader 2.0, you can read the same protected e-b

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• PerfectBound publishes e-books in three formats Adobe Acrobat eBook Reader, Microsoft Reader, and Palm Reader. The HarperCollins e-books store sells e-books in all three formats: Adobe Acrobat eBook Reader Adobe Acrobat eBook Reader is free software that allows you to read e-books on your desktop or laptop computer. The reader can be used on the Windows 98/ME/2000/NT 4.0/XP and on Macintosh OS 9.x platforms. To download the Adobe Acrobat eBook Reader, click here. Note that Acrobat eBook Reader is very similar to Acrobat Reader, but contains extra features specific to e-books. You cannot read an Adobe Acrobat eBook on Acrobat Reader. For more information visit the Adobe Acrobat eBook Reader site: http://www.adobe.com/products/ebookreader Microsoft Reader Microsoft Reader 2.0 is free software that allows you to read e-books on your desktop or laptop computer or Pocket PC 2002 device. After activating (registering) your copy of Microsoft Reader 2.0, you can read the same protected e-boo

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• HarperCollins publishes e-books in three formats Adobe Reader, Microsoft Reader, and Mobipocket Reader. The HarperCollins e-books store sells e-books in all three formats: Adobe Reader Adobe Reader is free software that allows you to read e-books on your desktop, laptop or tablet computer as well as on a PalmOS PDA (with Adobe Reader 3.0). The reader can be used on the Windows 98 Second Edition/ME/2000/NT 4.0/XP and on Mac OS X v.10.2 or highter platforms. To download the Adobe Reader 6.0, click here. For more information visit the Adobe Reader site: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readermain.html Microsoft Reader Microsoft Reader 2.0 is free software that allows you to read e-books on your desktop or laptop computer or Pocket PC 2002 device. After activating (registering) your copy of Microsoft Reader 2.0, you can read the same protected e-book on up to four supported devices. This software requires a Windows platform, and does not run on Macintosh, Palm, or Linux operating sy

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