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Getting your E Book on Nook for PC

Here is the reply I got from the PubIt team, in case anyone else is having trouble.



Maximize the NOOK for PC window so that it takes up the entire screen.  
On the left-hand side of NOOK for PC, click "My Library".  Then click on
"my stuff" within the "My Library" area.  Near the top of the screen, an
"ADD NEW ITEM" button will appear.  Click that button to add an epub 

The PubIt! Team

 That worked ! So did the click anmd drag, but that way the story disappeared when I logged out. This way it stays there!

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Re: Getting your E Book on Nook for PC

Thanks. It's good to know this.
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Re: Getting your E Book on Nook for PC

Hi Janico,


When you "add new item", the epub file is placed in the "My Barnes & Noble eBooks" folder in your "My Documents" folder of your computer. Whenever you update your epub (which I do a lot when I'm formatting), just close the Nook software and replace the epub in that folder with your new one. The next time you open your Nook software, it will use the new version.


This saves time.


Kind regards, David