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I saw this nice question about printing webpages. When I try to apply it to this Google Book, I see that it doesn't work. Is there a way to do this?

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Define "it doesn't work". –  Sathya Oct 23 '10 at 15:26
    
I ran across a program claiming to download Google books, but it was v0.1 and I couldn't get it to work. Seems link it should be possible. –  Scott McClenning Oct 23 '10 at 16:40
    
@Sathya - it prints an empty book –  ripper234 Oct 23 '10 at 16:55

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If you are using Firefox browser, download the GreeseMonkey add-on and grab Google Book Downloader script.

Now you will find the download button whenever you browse a book in books.google.com.

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Looks promising, but when I click 'download' I see separate links to all pages in the book. There are 200+ pages! –  ripper234 Oct 23 '10 at 19:44
    
So this is why google books readers all read one page at a time. If there is an easy way to download them all, it should be a simple matter to concatenate 200 PDFs into one. –  harrymc Oct 23 '10 at 19:57
    
If you are willing to pay $19.95, GooReader will do that for you : gooreader.com. –  harrymc Oct 23 '10 at 20:05

I found this GreaseMonkey Script Which lets You Download Google Books as Individual JPGs (One Page = One Jpg file). You Can Download all the book pages as a Jpg Files then Turn them Into A PDF file Using OpenOffice or any other Software.

Edit: You Also Can Try Google Book Downloader Which is a software that lets you save Google Books as PDF Files, But Please Read this Note First:

This version allows to download books marked as to full view (but it does not mean you can download it from google). You can try download books without this mark, but not all pages will be downloaded.

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