Nook 1st Edition eBooks
Nook 1st Edition owners can use all eBooks sold at eBookMall. The eBooks listed as PDF (Adobe DRM) and ePub (Adobe DRM) will require the use of Adobe Digital Editions. After downloading with that program, you can transfer the eBook to your device.
Regular PDF and ePub eBooks can be transferred to your device just like any other file.
How to Read eBooks on Nook 1st Edition
1. Install Adobe Digital Editions on your computer
2. Authorize Adobe Digital Editions
a) If you don't already have an Adobe ID, create one here.
b) Open Adobe Digital Editions
c) Click on the Library button (an icon that looks like three books near the top-left of the screen)
d) Click on the downward arrow next to the word LIBRARY
e) Click on Authorize Computer
4. Transfer to your Nook
a) Connect your device to your computer
b) The Adobe Digital Editions "Authorize Device" window will pop up
c) Click "Authorize Device"
d) Adobe Digital Editions will now recognize your device, and will list it within the "Bookshelves" area of the Adobe Digital Editions window. Look for the name and icon.
e) To move eBooks onto your device, simply drag and drop them to the device icon.
Barnes & Noble Nook 1st Edition
On the E Ink® display, text appears as crisp as a printed page. The 16-level gray scale display offers great contrast with no glare or backlight. Choose from six font sizes so you can read with ease. Store as many as 1,500 eBooks, eNewspapers, and eMagazines on your Nook's 2 GB of internal storage, so you'll never be without your favorites. Need more space? Just add a Micro SD card.
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