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You can add books to your Bookshelf by clicking on the Add to Bookshelf link located on the left of the book’s Detail Page or by placing a bookmark on any page within the book.
For most books the print/download limit is 40% of the book's pages. Printing or downloading a chapter or page range do the same thing and deduct in the same way based on the pages allowed. Both options create a PDF that does not expire.
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Use an asterisk (*) at the end of a word root to find all variants: automat* will find automate, automated, automatic, and automation.
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Look for bolded words to see where your search terms were found in the book.
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