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Importing and Transferring Content
Click “Reader” in the Source view, then click 
(List 
view).
The View area is switched to the List view and all the 
content in Library is listed.
Click “Books” in the Source view.
Select the content you want to transfer back from 
the list.
Drag the content from the list to “Library” in the 
Source view.
The content is transferred back to eBook Library.
Note
• Bookmarks created on the Reader can be displayed on eBook 
Library 3.0 or later. Earlier versions of eBook Library will not 
display them.
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Importing and Transferring Content
Synchronizing content in Library with the 
Reader
You can synchronize content in the Library of eBook Library 
with the Reader by specifying a folder (such as “Library” or 
the sub-items under “Library”). The Reader can be 
automatically updated to match the content in the Library, 
when you connect it to your computer. For details, refer to 
the eBook Library Help.
Note
• To synchronize content in the Library of eBook Library with the 
Reader, you need to specify a folder (such as “Library” or the sub-
items under “Library”). For details on how to specify a folder, refer 
to the eBook Library Help.
Hint
• When you want to synchronize content in the Library with the 
Reader right away, you can also synchronize them manually. For 
details on how to synchronize content manually, refer to the eBook 
Library Help.
Slide the POWER switch.
The Reader is turned on.
Note
• If the Reader does not turn on, the battery has been fully 
depleted. In this case, go to the next step. Although charging is in 
progress (charge indicator lights up in red), the Reader will not 
turn on until 
(indicating connection via USB) appears on the 
screen (it takes at least 40 minutes).
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Importing and Transferring Content
Connect the Reader to your computer using the 
supplied USB cable. (
page 11)
eBook Library starts and synchronizes content in the 
Library with the Reader automatically.
Notes
• If eBook Library does not start automatically, start it manually.
• If the Reader in the shutdown state is connected to your 
computer, the Reader will not be recognized by your computer. 
Make sure to turn on the Reader before the USB connection.
Hints
• eBook Library also starts synchronizing content in Library with the 
Reader automatically in the following situations:
 When you start eBook Library after connecting the Reader to 
your computer.
 After a period of time when any changes have been made to the 
specified folder.
• You can also synchronize content in the computer drive with the 
Reader by specifying a folder as a favorite folder. For details, refer 
to the eBook Library Help.
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Reading Books
Reading Books
Follow the steps below to read books transferred from your 
computer.
Note
If an invalid operation is performed, 
appears at the bottom of the 
screen.
From the “Home” menu, select “Books by Title.”
“Home” menu
 
If more than 30 books are stored, the Index menu 
appears. Select the first character of the book title. 
For details, see “About the Index menu.” (
page 39)
 
If the list is divided into the several pages, you can 
display the rest of the list by pressing the  button.
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Reading Books
Hints
If you want to continue reading from the last displayed page, 
select “Continue Reading” from the “Home” menu.
From the “Home” menu, books can be selected from variety of 
lists. For details, see “Selecting a Book.” (
page 37)
From the Book list, select the desired book.
Book list
(Expiration): Indicates days 
remaining until expiration. 
“Expired” is displayed when 
the book has expired
From the “Options” menu, select “Begin.”
“Options” menu
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Reading Books
 Hint
 If you open the book from “Continue Reading,” you can display the 
“Options” menu from the book page by pressing the 
 (Return) 
button. (
 page 41)
Press the / buttons to turn pages.
Book page
 
For details on how to operate the book page, see 
“Operations on the book page.” (
 page 42)
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Reading Books
Selecting a book
From the “Home” menu, you can select a book by the title, the 
author or the transferred date, or from the “Collections” list.
“Home” menu
“Home” menu items to select a book
Display item
Description
Books by Title
Displays the Book list sorted by title.
Books by Author r Displays the Book list sorted by author.
Books by Date
Displays the Book list sorted by 
transferred date.
Collections*
1
Displays the list of collections created on 
eBook Library.
*
1
 Collections can only be created in eBook Library. For details on how to 
create or transfer a collection, refer to the eBook Library Help.
Hints
If you want to continue reading from the last displayed page, select 
“Continue Reading” from the “Home” menu.
You can select all bookmarked pages of all the books stored on the 
Reader from “All Bookmarks” in the “Home” menu. (
page 48)
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Reading Books
Operations on a Book list
The following operations can be performed on a Book list 
(including the Book list in Collections).
Book list of “Books by Title”
Button
Operation
/ buttons
Press: Moves the cursor on the number 
tabs
/ buttons
Press: Displays the previous/next page of 
the list.
Press and hold: Displays the first page/
last page of the list.
Number buttons
Press: Selects numbered item.
(Home) button Press: Displays the “Home” menu.
(Size) button
Press and hold: Switches the screen 
orientation. (
page 49)
(Return) button Press: Goes to the upper menu.
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Reading Books
About the Index menu
In the Index menu, books are sorted into several categories. 
If more than 30 books are stored, the Index menu is 
displayed as the first page of the list. Select the category 
which the desired book belongs to.
In the Index menu of “Books by Title” or “Books by Author,” 
books are sorted alphabetically.
In the Index menu of “Books by Date,” books are sorted 
by transferred date.
Index menu of “Books by 
Date”
Index menu of “Books by 
Title” and “Books by Author”
Number of books 
in category and 
page number in 
Book list
Categories
Hint
 The Index menu is the first page of “Books by Title,” “Books by 
Author” and “Books by Date.” You can display the Index menu by 
pressing and holding the  button in the Book list.
Note
 In the “Collections” list, the Index menu does not appear.
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Reading Books
About the Options menu
The “Options” menu appears after you select a book from 
the list. You can choose the point to start the book or use the 
various features from the menu.
“Options” menu
“Options” menu items
Display item
Description/Reference page
Continue Reading g Opens the last displayed page of the 
book.
Begin
Opens the first page of the book.
End
Opens the final page of the book.
Bookmarks*
1
Opens the bookmark list of the book. You 
can create bookmarks on the Reader. (
page 46)
Table of Contents*
2
Opens the table contents of the book.
Previous View
Opens the previously displayed pages.  
(
page 51)
Next View
Returns to pages viewed by “Previous 
View.”
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