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My e-reading device and my computer have different Adobe IDs. How do I deauthorize one of them so I can reauthorize them to match?

Last Updated: May 07, 2013  |  90 Views

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To deauthorize Adobe Digital Editions:

  • On your Windows computer: Open Adobe Digital Editions and hit Ctrl+Shift+D.
  • On your Mac computer:  Open Adobe Digital Editions and hit Cmd+Shift+D.
  • On your e-reading device:  Plug the device into a USB port, and open Adobe Digital Editions on your computer.  Hit Ctrl+Shift+E on Windows or Cmd+Shift+E on Macs.

You will then be able to reauthorize the program on the computer or the device.

If you need further support with Adobe Digital Editions, see FAQs from Adobe or contact Adobe Support.

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