SAP is still new, so used books can be pretty hard to find. But, you could always hit the university library (engineering, manufacturing, finance, etc.) if you just need reference. Sometimes your company library or IT department will have the books to loan out - try checking there, too. There is an online SAP "users group" that has helpful tips that come out every week. www.sap.com
But if you want to purchase, try consolidators like Amazon or Edward R. Hamilton. Their used book section is pretty good, and I have had excellent luck with the private companies they use. Also, try E-bay.
Make sure you read the book description carefully, since most of the good books come with CDs, and the used books tend to have them missing. Also, go to the SAP website to make sure you're getting the latest edition - it may be cheap because its outdated.
i would try Textbook411.com , its a great resource
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