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Old 04-20-2010, 09:01 PM   #1
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Calibre > ePUB Output > View Same on Nook

I am getting ready to make the big decision. Kindle or Nook. I have a book I've formatted in Word and output as Webpage. In Calibre, I imported that file and outputed that file as an ePub. It looks great in the View mode of Calibre.

However, the Calibre ePub format crashes in Barnes and Noble's eReader. It will not open it to read.

So my question. Is the Calibre viewer an accurate reflection of what the text will show up on the Nook, or will it crash on the Nook as it does on the Barnes and Noble eReader.

What application, Calibre or B&N eReader best represents what I can expect to see on the Nook device?

Thank you!!
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