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Old 09-19-2010, 06:17 AM   #46
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I hope I've pushed the correct button for a new post! Thanks for any help in advance.
I think you should have started a new thread for that, since your question has little to do with the thread (or where it ended up).
That being said, the downloaded news should have easily accessible links to the TOC and next/previous items strewn into it- I remember having links at least at the beginning of each article, although it's some time I've used the news- feature of Calibre. Using whatever method the Sony provides for selecting links in the text, you should be able to navigate comfortably.
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Old 09-19-2010, 06:40 AM   #47
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Using the E-book viewer on the computer I can quickly go to 'Life and Style' and then the article 'Mumsnet challenges M&S', using my mouse. I don't expect to do it this slickly on the ereader, but any tips on the best approach would be very welcome.
You should be able to navigate the reader just as smoothly as using calibre's viewer. Use the table of contents on your reader and go from there.

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You have replied to an old thread. This is a new post within that thread but it might have been better to start a new thread (topic). To do this you have to be at the main forum window and click on new thread (see attached image).
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