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Samaranth
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Ebooks from Fictionwise to Nook

How the heck do you get an ebook, (purchased and downloaded to my computer from Fictionwise.com) to load onto my nook.  If I can click,drag &drop, from my desktop to the nook (listed under my computer), what folder do I drop it into??

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Josh_W
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Re: Ebooks from Fictionwise to Nook

You'll want to put an eBooks from Fictionwise.com into the folder labeled, 'My Documents.'

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Michael-V
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Re: Ebooks from Fictionwise to Nook

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Samaranth,

You can transfer files from your computer to your nook using a USB connection. You can transfer ePub and PDB files, as well as MP3s, PDFs, and image files (JPG, GIF, PNG, or BMP).

For more help on loading files to your nook, watch our Sideloading Content onto your nook how-to video.

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