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LRD_1968
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How do you Download Documents into your Nook

Hi - Does anyone know how you can download your documents to your Nook?  I have many papers I need to read and I'd rather read them on my nook.  It's in PDF and Doc format - can anyone advise?

 

Thanks - LRD_1968

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ABthree
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Re: How do you Download Documents into your Nook

@LRD_1968

 

Welcome!  :smileyhappy:

 

Nook can read PDFs, although it has trouble with poorly or rigidly formatted ones, particularly with things like charts and illustrations.  You can sideload these to your Nook by connecting your Nook to your computer and dragging and dropping them into the My Documents folder.

 

Nook does not support DOC files.  However, if you re-save them in RTF format, you can use Calibre, a free eBook management program, to convert the RTFs to EPUBs and sideload them directly to your Nook from Calibre.

 

Google "Calibre" to find it; it's pretty intuitive to use.

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MeemaK
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Re: How do you Download Documents into your Nook

I realize its been a couple of years since you wrote your comment. But thanks for your help!

8-)

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