My youth football playbooks / eBooks are in the Adobe PDF file format which can be opened and read by the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software. You may also print sections of the eBooks for your assistant coaches and players.
I encourage you to print off the playbooks / eBooks and put them in a three ring binder. I personally use three ring binders for many of my playbooks so I can easily organize the pages, add notes and pull pages to print for my practice plans, assistant coaches, players and etc. You can also print sections of the eBooks for your assistant coaches and your youth football players. By using the print pages feature in the Adobe Acrobat Reader app you can print mini PDF playbooks / eBooks.
Get eBook Printed at Copy Store
Many of you may not want to print 200 to 300 pages off on your home printer. You can take the eBook PDF file on a USB drive to your local Staples or Office Depot or business printer and they can easily print off the PDF file for a fee. They call also punch holes in the paper and put in a three ring binder for you if you choose for a small extra fee.
I will usually print out the playbook as I read a Chapter so about 10 to 25 pages at a time and then add them to my binder.
PDFs can also be read on Kindles and for iPads using iBook. You must download and save my eBooks locally once you received the download link after purchase. I recommend using the Adobe Acrobat App to read and print my playbooks. Remember you must save the PDF files locally and not read them from the download link. You only have three downloads.
In the future I may have printed playbooks for sale but the Adobe PDF format I use does NOT prevent you from printing the eBooks yourself.
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