04-03-2012 12:58 PM
For a device that is oriented around ebook reading and wifi, it should be very easy to "save" a web page and "convert" it to PDF or ePUB, without sideloading. This should be a basic function. The Kindle Fire can do this, but I cannot find anything in the guide or internet showing how to do this.
This is important, since, for example, most products that you buy today do not come with a manual. They point to a website for the manual. You are fortunate if the manual is in PDF, but some are not. Since you can use the Nook Tablet offline, it would be nice to have this capability to read websites offline.
For that matter, how do I download a PDF file from a website?
Thanks for your help in advance,
04-08-2012 10:53 AM
You can download pdf files to yout NT directly from any web page using the stock browser; they are stored in "My Stuff", "my Files", "My Downloads". If you download the dolphin browser (in apps), it has an option to also save a web page for off-line browsing (under "more). You can open the downloaded web page for off-line viewing by opening the dolphin browser and clicking on "more", then "downloads".
04-24-2012 11:02 PM - edited 04-24-2012 11:40 PM
edited due to incorrect info.. wanted to delete
(stupid that i can't delete my own reply.. hey b&n.. are you listening?)