Please note: Not all eBooks have a print allowance. Please follow these steps to see if your eBook has a print allowance. Processing any pages as a print job, regardless of whether or not you physically print them out, makes your purchase ineligible for refund.
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For convenience and Accessibility, here is a transcript of the above video:
- (INTRO) This video explains how to determine printing allowances and how to select text to print in the RedShelf eReader
- RedShelf eBooks have varying print allowances set by the publishers
- You can find your eBook’s printing allowance by going to My Shelf and selecting View Book Details
- If your eBook has a printing allowance, in the eReader go to the Main Menu and select Print
- Here you’ll see the amount of printing allowance remaining as well as the percentage of any previous print jobs
- To create a new print job, select Create New Print
- You have the option to print the entire section that you’re currently in or select start and end page ranges and selecting Add Page Range
- Confirm whether you’d like notes and highlights from the section included
- If at any time you’d like to ret urn to the main Print section, select Back to List
- To finish, select Continue and follow the f inal instructions for printing
- It’s important to note that if you print any material from an eBook, you won’t be able to receive a refund
- You can view previous print jobs in the Print section as well as reprint any jobs -- reprints will not affect your print allowance
- For additional videos, resources and FAQs on the RedShelf eReader, visit redshelf.zendesk.com