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Old 02-20-2010, 11:14 PM   #1
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Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Canada
Device: SONY PRS 505/300, iRex DR800SG, Nook
Can I have a Tag that doesn't translate to a category?

Problem: I want to be able to easily download different portions of my library to multiple Sony's in our household.
Original Solution: Used individual tags for everyone. This meant that each Sony has categories of everyone's names which I don't like. Is there a way to create a Tag that doesn't show as a Category? That would be my favorite choice.
Possibly New Solution: I just saw the comments field that might work to let me select which books to download. I don't like it as much as Tags because I can't make easy global changes. For some reason I change my tagging methodolgy with some frequency. My other problem would be converting from my user Tags to comments. I have my extensive library all currently Tagged and I have spent a lot of time download summaries for nearly all my books. Is there a programatic way (easy please) where, based on a tag, I can insert a comment at the front of all existing comments?

Any other recommendations? Thanks..................Jackie
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