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  • How to open eBooks transferred to a NOOK

    When you transfer eBooks to your NOOK using Adobe Digital Editions (ADE), follow the instructions for your device listed below. How to open eBooks on a NOOK 1st Edition Use the touch screen to navigate to My Library. ...

    Mar 19, 2014 09:04AM EDT
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  • How to return a borrowed eBook using a Sony Reader Wi-Fi

    If you finish an eBook early, you can return it right from your Sony Reader Wi-Fi (PRS-T1, T2, and T3). How to return the eBook From your home screen, tap Books. Go to Menu > Return Books. The Menu button looks like this: Tap t...

    Jul 14, 2014 03:15PM EDT
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  • How to authorize a supported eBook reader with Adobe Digital Editions

    When you transfer an eBook from Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) to your eBook reader, your device is automatically authorized with the same OverDrive account or Adobe ID used on your computer. If you're unsure whether your device is supported, visit our E Ink device profile. tag_type_article

    Sep 15, 2014 11:20AM EDT
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  • How to perform a factory reset on a Kobo eReader

    If you are having trouble transferring titles to your Kobo, or it is not visible in the "Library View" in Adobe Digital Editions (ADE), then we recommend you first try these basic troubleshooting instructions. If those steps do not work, you may need to perform a factory reset on the Kobo to clear ...

    Sep 19, 2014 04:56PM EDT
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  • How to borrow and download eBooks using a Sony Reader Wi-Fi

    The Sony Reader Wi-Fi is an E Ink eBook reader that allows you to directly download eBooks from your library after you activate it with an Adobe ID. Note: If you have a Reader Store account, you can sign in to it to authorize your Reader with your Adobe ID instead of following the authorization ste...

    Sep 15, 2014 11:22AM EDT
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  • How to find EPUB or PDF titles transferred to a Kobo

    After transferring an eBook to your Kobo, you'll be able to find titles in one of two places on the device. Once the eBook is on the Kobo, EPUB eBooks are listed as "Books," but PDF files are listed under "Documents." Switching between "Books" and "Documents" Press the Menu bu...

    Sep 19, 2014 04:56PM EDT
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