ADE has a page in their Help file that shows the devices that it will run
on. Here's the URL:
listing for 'FNAC iPad App', so maybe it's possible.
But hold on! A PDF file - whether a book or a document - is a PDF file.
You need Adobe Reader, and if you can load a version of Adobe Reader on the
iPad, then you can load the book as a file and use Reader to open and read
it on the iPad.
Hope this helps!
Tom (Frustrated in AZ)
While there are a number of RMSDK programs that run on the iPad, I would suggest running Bluefire Reader. The synching through iTunes is relatively simple.
Thanks for the Bluefire Reader.. Looks like just the tip I needed.