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Chapter 3. Acrobat eBook Reader

Chapter 3. Acrobat eBook Reader

Adobe's Acrobat eBook Reader enables you to read eBooks—PDF files saved in a special format—from your computer. With eBook Reader you get the rich text and pictures of a PDF document in a new yet familiar way: It's just like reading and turning the pages of a printed book, but without the complicated interface of Acrobat Reader.

The eBook Reader does its best to make you think you're reading a traditional printed book. You can make annotations in your electronic book, add bookmarks to memorable passages, and quickly flip to any page. But eBook Reader also includes up-to-date features like searchable text, a built-in dictionary, and a mechanism for downloading additional books built right into the program. In addition, you can lend and give your titles to other eBook Reader users, just as you might lend out your favorite paperback novel.


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