The number of pages that can be printed is regulated by the publisher and complies with copyright law. When printing, you'll receive a message saying how many total pages are allowed to be printed and how many you have already printed from the book. (from Williams College Library)
If you are reading online (and have not checked out the book), you can:
If you have checked out the entire book you can do the following from the offline version:
You will be told exactly how many pages you have left to copy or download/print.
NOTE: Some publishers have their own, individual restrictions. See the eBrary Support Center for more information.
You do not need to create a separate account to save or print chapters or sections of a book, but make sure you are logged into EBL through your WSU Network ID. You should automatically be prompted to do this prior to entering EBL.
To download the entire book for offline reading, you must download and create an account through Adobe Digital Editions. For more information, visit our library guide at the link below.
Below are screenshots of how to download an eBook chapter or section from Ebrary: