09-03-2010 02:40 PM
The pictures can only be viewed as wallpaper or screen savers.
The PDF files should appear in your my documents library on the nook.
09-04-2010 11:17 PM
Here is a little tip.
I created a document with Microsoft Word and imported about 20 family photos into it.
I then saved it as an HTML document.
I imported it into Calibre and converted it to an EPUB.
I then loaded the new "ebook" entitled Family Photos onto my Nook.
I can then open that "Book" and page rapidly through the photos.
This came in handy at a recent family reunion where folks were wanting to see some pictures of my kids.
They would not have had the patience to wait around as I shut the Nook off and on sending it to standby and loading each photo as a screen saver individually.
11-04-2010 06:15 PM - edited 11-04-2010 06:21 PM
Since I believe this has broader appeal that just something my wife can use, I have built a program that you run on your computer that lets you pick pictures and add them to albums. You can add captions to the pictures, and when ready, connect your NOOK and press a button to download smaller copies of the pictures to the NOOK. The original pictures remain untouched exactly where you had them on your computer. The only thing you need to do is start the web browser and open the web page that I also download to the NOOK.
The program is nearing completion (writing documentation and testing now). I would be interested in knowing if others would think this a valuable utility to manage the photos copied to their NOOK, and if so, how much would you be willing to pay for it? Thanks.
01-22-2011 11:56 PM
The program is complete. If you are interested, go to http://www.piiknook.com. You can download for free and try it out.