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    1. By the way, OpenLibrary has at least a couple of Gregg books that you can read online once you register, including the 2nd edition Notehand text. But most of the Gregg books they list do not have an ebook available, unfortunately. They merely like to WorldCat so you can request an inter-library loan (which is also a good way to go about viewing the harder-to-find books).

    2. I know what you mean… Evernote is my constant companion and I have a lot of .pdf books loaded there for reading on-the-go, especially for shorthand.

      I'm not sure if Open Library has a mobile app or not. Might be worth looking into.

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