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Available File Types

Full issues of Trends are available to members of the ABA Section of Environment, Energy and Resources as PDF and EPUB files (for issues dating back to March/April 2013):

 

PDF (.pdf)
A standard file type that can be viewed in most web browsers and on mobile devices, PDFs are ideal for online and offline consumption and on-demand printing.

 

EPUB (.epub)
A standard file type created for mobile devices, EPUB requires the use of a reader app (e.g., iBooks, Adobe Digital Editions) though can be viewed in some web browsers add-ons (e.g., Firefox EPUBReader, Chrome MagicScroll).

Instructions for saving and opening an EPUB file on a mobile device or desktop computer:

  1. You must have an e-reader app (e.g., iBooks, Adobe Digital Editions) on your mobile device or a browser add-on installed and set up on your desktop PC or Mac.
  2. You must be connected to the Internet.
  3. Select the EPUB file/link from a Trends issue page. (Note: You must be a current member of the ABA Section of Environment, Energy and Resources and must be logged onto the ABA website.)
  4. The mobile device will automatically select the corresponding program for opening, storing, and viewing the file. If you have multiple e-readers on your device, you will be prompted to choose an e-reader app with which you can open, store, and read the file. Select the e-reader of choice. If you are on a desktop computer, you may have to open your browser prior to opening the EPUB file.
  5. The file will be added to the e-reader's library and, with some apps, open automatically. Like most files, the EPUB can be saved to a Mac or PC desktop folder.
  6. If the file does not display immediately on your mobile device, you can select it from the e-reader's library. If you have difficulty accessing your e-reader library, please consult with the application help menu or the developer.

Please note that to download any of these files, you must be a current member of the ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources and must be logged onto the ABA website. Information on how to join the Section and the ABA is available on the Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources membership page.

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