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Old 07-06-2010, 04:59 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by sun surfer View Post
5 - I'm planning on trying to read up on calibre and learn how to use it. From what I gather it's like a library tool, like my B&N library. What I want to know is, if I use calibre, how am I going to get books onto my nook? I prefer to do it all wirelessly if possible. Is there some way once I've put sorted things on calibre, I put it on my B&N library so I can get it on my nook or what?
Calibre can also convert ebooks in a variety of formats into epubs that the Nook can use.

I am unsure if there is a way to have Calibre wirelessly load books onto your Nook. I usually just plug my Nook into my computer. On Calibre, it will tag all the books in your library that are also on your Nook with a blue check-mark. Books you want to add to your Nook can be selected, and sent by pushing a simple button.

Note that on your Nook, there are two "libraries." One is of official Barnes & Noble books you've purchased. The other is your own documents library, containing ebooks you've manually added to your Nook.
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