That would be a question for Adobe.
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Thanks, I tried that. I went thru all the options after clicking Contact Adobe, and it always ends up with telling me to call them or try my luck with FAQ, which I also tried. I am not in the USA, so calling is not an option. I am hoping someone can say they bought the eBook and got in touch with Adobe and Abobe told them how to get the DVD files, or that Adobe told them that the eBook can't be used without also buying the printed book.
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I noticed that you said you purchased from Amazon -- so I would ask the Amazon customer service.
My approach is to ask the company to whom I paid my money how I obtain the files required for effectively using that book.
FYI - Peachpit is the publisher of this book, so I did take a quick look on their website. However I did not immediatley see an answer for how to obtain the files to use with the book.
Also -- if you plan to read this book on a Kindle, I suggest that you check how well the screen shots within that book display on the Kindle. My personal expereince is that my Kindle (latest generation) did not display many screenshots well.
Hi Barb O,
Thanks for your input. After a few days, I asked Amazon to reverse the order, and they did. I didn't get any useful answers from Amazon or Adobe. So far as I can tell, the eBook was not meant to be used without the DVD that only comes with the printed book. So if I bought both the printed book and the eBook, I might have been happy with the eBook. But the eBook on its own is worthless. It was very frustrating trying to get support for the eBook.
Thanks, I'll check it out.