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Literati

Add books by dragging and dropping them onto your Literati

You can add new books to your Literati by accessing it like a portable hard drive. To do this you will need:

* A PC or Mac computer
* The USB cable provided with your Literati
* The books you want to add to your Literati in ePUB format

Windows:
1. Connect your Literati to your computer using the USB cable.
2. When prompted for an action, select 'Open folder to view files.'
3. In another Explorer window, navigate to where you stored the eBooks you want to move to your Literati.
4. Drag and drop your ebooks into the Literati window.

You can now disconnect your Literati:
Open My Computer, right-click KoboeReader, select eject, unplug the USB cable. Your new ebooks will be in the BOOKS area.

Macintosh:
1. Connect your Literati to your computer using the USB cable.
2. In the Finder select the KoboeReader from the list of devices.
3. In another Finder window, navigate to where you stored the eBooks you want to move to your Literati.
4. Drag adn drop your ebooks into the Literati window.

You can now disconnect your Literati:
In the Finder, select KoboeReader from your list of devices. From the File menu select "Eject KoboeReader." Your new ebooks will be in the BOOKS area.

More detailed instructions are available in the Literati manual (PDF).

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