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Looking for Books with Simple Search
Looking for Books with Advanced Search
Looking for Books with Location Search
Looking for Books with Keyword Search
Selecting an Interface Language
Selecting an About This Book Language
Displaying Foreign Characters
Selecting a Book Reader
Reading Books
Reading Books with the Standard and ClearText Readers
Reading Books with the Comic Reader
Reading Books with the Spiral Reader
Registering for a Library Account
Creating a Personal Bookshelf
 
Creating a Personal Bookshelf
 
1. Users who register for a Library Account can create a Personal Bookshelf of their favorite books.Registering is free and easy - see Registering for a Library Account for details. Sample Page
 
2. After you have created an account, whenever you are logged in, you can view your Personal Bookshelf by clicking the Bookshelf Button. Sample Page
 
3. You can add a book to your Personal Bookshelf using the Add Book button on the Book Preview page for the book. Books already on your Personal Bookshelf can be removed using the Remove Book button on the Book Preview page. Sample Page
 
4. You can change the theme of your Personal Bookshelf using the Bookshelf Theme menu. Sample Page
 
5. Using your Personal Bookshelf, you can go to each book's preview page with the Preview link, read the book from where you left off using the Read link, or remove it with the Remove link. Sample Page
 
 
 

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