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Old 10-18-2010, 02:40 PM   #1
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Reduce wide margin and installing own fonts?

Hi

My sister has a nook. Is there a way to reduce the margins (all that empty wasted space!) on the nook? And install your own fonts?

I'd prefer to do this without soft rooting or anything that could brick the unit. She lives 300 miles away and only visits once in a while; i will need to do any modification and test in one weekend, so I want to avoid anything too drastic. Thanks
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