Originally Posted by KjellM
For Kobo books you can go to their website and sign in (same username & password as the desktop application) and you can find and download the ePub there. I assume Borders is the same.
Yes, it is. Go to 'Your Account' and then click on 'My eBook Library'. You'll have options to 'Open eBook' which uses the Borders software or 'Download ePub' which lets you download to ADE just like other sites