How do I read a PDF file in my eBook?

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Hi experts!

I have a new Nook, and I have a document here in PDF format that is really difficult to read. It is so large and the margin is very big. It is not really that readable of a material anymore.

I got this Nook for me to enjoy reading more and with comfort and I do not see any article in the manual about converting a PDF file.

Is there a way for this to be converted to something easier to read? Is there a software needed to be added or installed?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #113894

How do I read a PDF file in my eBook?


The way to read electronic books as well as PDF files:

The actual Study exercise can be used to obtain e-books and PDF files.

  • Download the Study Activity.
  • Look at the Read activity Wiki site in your browser. Stick to the set up guidelines.
  • This requires clicking on the, Read.xo hyperlink In this posting ; then hitting an additional Read.xo near the top of the web page.
  • If the download is total, click on the "Okay" switch.
  • Call at your Diary, click on the Read.xo activity, and judge "Resume".
  • The actual examine exercise needs to be easily installed.
  • Reading through a book:
  • The directions around the Read exercise Wiki page will point it all to you.
  • To learn any report, obtain that particular document to your Journal. Click on the report. Click on the "Resume" Symbol in the top proper palm Nook, from the display screen to "Cv" the Study activity about the report.
  • For those who have any questions, put them here. We'll be happy to help!
Answered By 0 points N/A #113895

How do I read a PDF file in my eBook?



Try to do this manually < Convert the original PDF to EPUB using Calibre, ignore the text errors<Change the EPUB's extension to ZIP < Extract the contents of the ZIP to expose any pictures successfully converted < Convert the good TXT version to EPUB using Calibre < Edit that EPUB in Sigil and automatically add the images extracted from the ZIP, using the original PDF viewed in Acrobat Reader for placement reference < Convert the edited EPUB to your desired final format in Calibre if you need something other than EPUB.

Check this  method to do a conversion <a href="">Online printing</a>. Its not a "one click" procedure, but it does work.

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