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Do you have the same book in Spanish?

Do you have the same book in Spanish?



Yes ...since the eBook is an online book, you have the ability to turn it into Spanish. All you have to do is download the Google toolbar here:

The Google tool bar instantly translates words on English web pages into the language of your choice.

You can set the Google homepage, messages, and buttons to display in your selected language via their Preferences page.

If you have any difficulty with this, just send me an email and I'll help you figure it all out.

Mark Hutten


¿Tienes el mismo libro en español? Agradece


Sí… puesto que el eBook es un libro en línea, tienes la capacidad de darte vuelta en español. Todo lo que tienes que hacer es descargar el Google toolbar aquí:

La barra de la herramienta de Google traduce inmediatamente palabras en Web pages ingleses a la lengua de tu opción. Puedes fijar el homepage de Google, los mensajes, y los botones a la exhibición en tu lengua seleccionada vía su página de las preferencias. Si tienes cualquier dificultad con esto, apenas enviarme un email y te ayudaré a calcularlo todo hacia fuera.

Mark Hutten

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