never used an eBook before? We recognise using an eBook for the first time may be a bit daunting but it’s easier than you might think. Download the free e-reader software and try it out for yourself today.

Find out more about the download process from the relevant link below:
  1. Download the free version of Adobe Digital Editions
    Go to http://www.adobe.com/products/digitaleditions/#download and select “Download Now”

  2. Choose either the Macintosh or Windows edition

  3. Create or enter an existing Adobe ID
    Once installed, you will be prompted to enter an Adobe ID and password. If you are a new user, select the create Adobe ID option. If you are not prompted to do this and have not previously set up an Adobe ID in Adobe Digital Editions, go to https://www.adobe.com/au/account/sign-in.adobedotcom.html

  4. On eBooks365.com.au
    Choose your preferred eBook format from either Adobe PDF or ePub and complete the purchase process

  5. Your eBook will open in Adobe Digital Editions
    And is ready to start reading

  1. Download and install the free Bluefire Reader App
    If using an Apple device, download Bluefire Reader via the App Store. If using an Android device, download and install the app via the Google Play Store

  2. Create or enter an existing Adobe ID
    Once you download the app, you will be prompted to enter an Adobe ID and password. If you are a new user, select the ‘Don’t have an Adobe ID?’ option

  3. On eBooks365.com.au
    Choose your preferred eBook format from either Adobe PDF or ePub and complete the purchase process

  4. Your eBook will open in Bluefire Reader
    And is ready to start reading

More detailed instructions can also be found in our FAQs
Then all you need to do is choose the eBook format that suits you. What is PDF and ePub?

eBooks have a lot more functionality than you may realise such as being able to search by key word, highlight and add your own annotations.

All of the eBooks available on our site are protected by digital rights management. This means that in some cases, there may be limits set by the publishers in relation to copying, printing and sharing of content.

  1. Add a bookmark
  2. Select chapter/view chapter
  3. Zoom page in and out
  4. Search by key word or phrase
  5. Click through search results
  6. Choose full screen window
  7. Select a page

How to highlight text and add a note

  1. Highlight the text and right click to highlight, add a note or bookmark the page

  1. Commence reading
  2. Search by chapter
  3. View any notes, bookmarks or highlighting you have previously added
  4. View info on what page you are up to, how many bookmarks you have added, etc.
  5. Search by key word or phrase
  6. Adjust settings such as text size, colour, line spacing
  7. Add a bookmark
  8. Select relevant page

How to highlight text and add a note

  1. Highlight text and right click to highlight text
  2. Highlight text and right click to add a note