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Bookmark Web Pages on Your NOOK Color eReader

You can set bookmarks to your favorite web pages on your NOOK Color. To bookmark the current page using the Bookmarks (or Favorites) button within the browser, tap the star icon at the top of the browser. Any existing bookmarks will appear. The standard display shows them as small thumbnail images; to switch to a list of Web addresses, tap the List View button.

The currently displayed web page will also appear in the thumbnail collection or list, along with the word Add. Tap on the current page to include it in the stored bookmarks.

Tap Go Back to return to the page you were viewing.

To bookmark the current page from the Options menu, do this:

  1. Tap the Options menu.

    The Options menu appears.

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  2. Tap the Bookmarks menu item.

    The browser will show a window with three tabs: Bookmarks, Most visited, and History. The Bookmarks tab is set to automatically open, and you will see rows of thumbnails of bookmarked Web pages.

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  3. To add a bookmark for the current page, tap the Add+ thumbnail in the upper-left corner of the window.

For more information about the NOOK eReader and its features, explore NOOK eReaders For Dummies, Portable Edition.

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