Lash and Associates TBI eBook Facts
by Keith McCraw & Lee Horton
Lash & Associates has a variety of TBI Related eBooks
Here are some eBook FACTS you Should Know
There have been some questions asked about the eBooks that are being offered through Lash and Associates Publishing/Training, Inc. In order to assist those interested in obtaining a copy of any of the eBooks available, our Team has put together some information.
Fact #1: Production of eBook
All eBooks are produced as a “PDF” file. This guarantees the best quality of reproduction for art work and forms. The selection of eBooks available through PDF are taken from the library of printed books being sold through our company. We add more titles to the selection of eBooks periodically.
Fact #2: Processing eBook
After an order is placed, an eBook PDF will created and sent to the e-mail address provided by the customer as an attachment within 24 hours. When the customer receives the email with the attachment, the PDF file can be downloaded to computer (desktop or laptop) or tablet or any other device that allows an eBook to be viewed.
Fact #3: Type of Software needed to access eBook
The customer who has ordered an eBook will need Adobe Reader , or something comparable,to read your eBook. Many customers already have this program installed on their device. If you do not, follow the hyper links provided in this blog posting and the program will be downloaded to your device. http://get.adobe.com/reader/.
Fact #4: Activating and Reading eBook
Once the Adobe Acrobat reader, or a comparable software program, is downloaded on your device, you will be able to open the PDF eBook file. Enjoy the eBook.
There are a few ePub readers for desktop computers, of which Adobe Digital Editions is probably the most widely used. Digital Editions is available as a free download at http://www.adobe.com/products/digitaleditions/.
Fact #5: Reading an eBook PDF File on other Devices — like an I-Pad — adding a PDF or an ePub to I-Tunes
Apple’s iBook application supports both ePub and PDF formats, regardless of where you acquired your file. Please see the Apple site for more information www.apple.com/support/ipad
FAct #6: Printing an eBook PDF file
You will not be able to print the eBook onto paper. There are restrictions placed on the file that will stop this from occurring. You will also not be able to edit the file.
Fact #7: Using a Kindle or comparable tablet reader for an eBook
Your Kindle may support PDF and ePub formats. Check your owner’s manual for details.
Fact #8: Copyright Laws that apply to an eBook
Any eBook PDF file is copyrighted by Lash and Associates Publishing/Training Inc. and has the following restrictions.
- All rights reserved.
- No part of this book may be reproduced, printed, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, except for brief reviews, without the prior written permission of the publisher.
What is the Value of having an eBook?
- You save shelf space and don’t clutter the house — something your spouse will be extremely grateful for.
- Access where ever you go — any time and any place, as long as you have your device (laptop, kindle, etc.) Can’t read any eBook otherwise.
- Low cost & Affordable — saving money is always a positive.