Processing any print job, even if you don't print any pages, makes your eBook ineligible for refund.
RedShelf offers a printing option if the publisher has included a print allowance.
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Checking Your eBook’s Printing Allowance
Not all publishers include a print allowance for all books. To help, RedShelf notifies you if your book has print capabilities.
To check your eBooks print allowance, navigate to MyShelf and open the book to see the allowance.
In the DRM (Digital Rights Management) Restrictions of the book, you can see what allowance the publisher has set for printing on each title.
If you don’t see the Print icon, the publisher does not offer print capabilities for the particular title.
How to Print
Once you have determined your book’s print allowance, you can create a print job to print from your eBook. Navigate to the upper right-hand portion of your screen and select Additional Options (3 horizontal bars) and select Print Pages to a PDF to begin.
The pop-up window below will appear.
Choose the page range for your print job under the drop-down menus and select Add.
The page range will display in the Print Queue. You may opt to include any Notes or Highlights by checking the box shown below.
Then select the Print to PDF button in the bottom right corner.
Confirm that you would like to print the material by selecting Print.
A pop-up window will display showing the progress.
Once the download is complete, your Print History will be displayed as shown below.
Select the Print icon and you will be directed to the file to print your material.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out!