As much as I dislike MicroSoft, I must admit I find MS/Reader to be the best format
for the Windows platform. It looks the best, it is the most comfortable to read, and the
MS/Reader file format is economical.
Adobe [.pdf] for Adobe Acrobat reader or Adobe Acrobat eBook reader [recommended].
Acrobat Reader and
Acrobat eBook Reader
may be downloaded at no cost from Adobe. Certification of Adobe eBook reader
is not required.
This format is quite a bit bulkier than the others but has the advantage of being
Palm [.pdb] for PalmOS and PocketPC handhelds. Two formats are provided: Palm Reader eBook can
be read on your handheld using Palm Reader version 1.2.9 (FREE from
Palm Digital Media; or PalmDoc format, a lite version that can be read with older versions of the Palm reader, but
which lacks navigation and active table-of contents.
Also, you may download a
Reader Emulator for Windows or the Mac and read the same eBook on your handheld or desktop.