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How to Transfer an eBook from Your Computer to Kindle
How to transfer ebooks to a NOOK GlowLight Plus
Question : I downloaded several ebooks onto my computer and now I do not know how to put them onto my Nook Tablet. There are three programs we teach you how to use. Step 3: Drag the e-book from computer hard drive, and drop it in the "My Documents" folder in the Nook drive folder. Or you can also do a search job for the book title. We give you an overview of what the program is all about and how to make simple edits to your book and then transfer it to your Nook Tablet. Step 1: Download and install Calibre, and then launch Calibre. The files will appear in list view in the main window Library.
How to transfer using ADE
Although the Nook is connected to a vast online marketplace of downloadable e-books, some Nook owners may want to add their own documents to the device. Documents that you can add to the Nook include PDFs, which can be books or other shorter documents. PDFs on the Nook can be read just like any other purchased book, and you can sync the device, copying the documents from your computer to the Nook. Navigate to the folder that contains the PDF file you want to add to the Nook. Wait for the transfer dialog box to close and then unplug the Nook from your computer. This article was written by the It Still Works team, copy edited and fact checked through a multi-point auditing system, in efforts to ensure our readers only receive the best information. To submit your questions or ideas, or to simply learn more about It Still Works, contact us.
You want to make sure the files are in the right format, then you are able to transfer them through a USB connection from your computer to your NOOK Tablet for viewing. What if you have files on your desktop or laptop computer that you want to use on your NOOK Tablet, but the files are stored in the wrong format? In most cases, you can use a program or utility on your computer to convert the files to a compatible format. For example, any file you can open in Microsoft Office can be saved in one of the formats that the NOOK can display; just use the Save As command and select the proper format. The same process can be used to convert photos or drawings to JPG format, using a graphics program such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements, or a Macintosh image editor.