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shelving books

can anyone help  when putting your books on a shelf if you have a series of 7 how can you put in the order of series?

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Re: shelving books


emilynana wrote:

can anyone help  when putting your books on a shelf if you have a series of 7 how can you put in the order of series?


If you have questions about shelving books on Nook or NookColor, you'll get a quicker response by posting on one of their boards.  


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Re: shelving books

Unforminately emily, at the moment you can't reorder books on a shelf, unless you rewrite the metadata on an e-book using a program like calibre, then you can rename books in such a way that they will fall in order on a shelf but, you can't do it within shelving itself. 

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