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Access Code?

Hi I rented a book online from Barnes and noble. I read that to download the book into your nook study library you have to enter your access code that is found on your receipt but since I rented it from the website what do I do? I need this book for my college class. Thank you!

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Hi,   If you purchased an eTextbook from the websi...



If you purchased an eTextbook from the website all you need to do is open NOOK Study with the same email account you purchased the book with and the book should be there in your library.  Make sure you have an internet connection to sync your NOOK Study application and to download the book for the first time.


Do you see the book in your library?