Ain't gonna happen if the publisher has set the digital rights so that you
can't copy or print it. There's a way to find out.
I presume that you're using Digital Editions (ADE) and that the ebook
downloaded into the ADE library. If you downloaded it to your computer
directly, and it's not in the ADE library, the following suggestion won't
Open ADE in Library mode. Put your cursor on the name of the ebook and a
small arrow will appear. Put your cursor on that arrow and a drop-down menu
will appear. Choose 'Item Info' from that menu and click on it.
Information about the ebook will appear, and in the middle is three settings
controlled by the publisher that are the digital rights. I'm guessing that
the copy and print rights are set so that you can't make copies or print the
In general, digital rights are not similar to those you have if you have a
paper copy of a book. They tend to be much stricter because the publishing
industry wanted to make sure that ebooks would not be treated as songs
were. So, back in the late '90's, they set up digital rights. Sorry if
they 'get in the way' of what you want to do.