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    Is there a way with the newest iPad to open password protected text books?
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    Hi stephy, just wondering what password protected books you are trying to open on your iPad? A little more information would help us out here in order to help you.
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    the PDF's are DRM locked. ( digital rights management) had to look it up! Thanks in advance for any information.
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    Hi Stephy...

    You can use such apps, like Bluefire reader which is free to read your Adobe digital rights management PDFs. I also would suggest to get the app called Overdrive as many local libraries use this app to read these types of Books. I have used overdrive myself when I check out books from my library, works well and is also free.

    Also, I would like to refer you to this thread, please see Mickey330's post: http://www.ipadforums.net/ipad-2-forum/30411-how-read-ebooks-adobe-digital-editions.html
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