an e-book, follow these steps:
- Choose START-PROGRAMS
- Tap Microsoft Reader to open
the library, as showed here.
- Tap a book title to open that
figure shows that I've opened Macbeth. The title page of each
book contains several options you can tap to navigate your way through
- To begin at the beginning,
you tap First Page (duh!)
- Tap Most Read
where the Reader keeps track of how far you've read.
- Tap Furthest Read to
see the last page you
- Tap Annotations Index which
is the place to easy find all your bookmarks and notes.
- Tap Table of Contents to
navigate by chapter or scene as in Macbeth.
- Tap the left arrow to
the far right under the time returns you to the next lower-numbered
- Tap the right arrow to
the far right under the time to display the next higher-numbered
- Tap the down arrow just
to the right of the book title pops up a menu. You can use this menu
to return to the beginning, open your annotations, view the
guidebook, open the library, change view settings or return to the
last page you viewed.
are reading an e-book adding bookmarks, highlighting, notes, drawings,
find specific words or phrases, copying text and looking up words is
easy. For example, let's look up a word. I picked "heath" in
my Macbeth book.
- Highlight the word you
want to look up. It looks up the word.
- Tap Add Bookmark from
the menu. Notice it adds a colored block on your screen to indicate