Can I ask again about Amazon. when I click the amazon capsule there a portion there that says Amazon URL or ASIN or ISBN and below is Description. maybe of the product. But I don't know those because when I check Amazon.com I don't know where to find those ASIN or IBS. I'm confused as to what items to advertise. Thanks again.
First go to Amazon, find the first item you want to put in the capsule. On the (Amazon) page that it can be purchased is where you'll find the information needed for the capsule. If it's a book, scroll down til you see the 10-digit ISBN number. For a DVD, it's the ASIN. Anything else, it's the URL for that page.
ORRRRR...in the HP Amazon capsule, just enter a keyword or two, and one or more items matching that description or key word will appear. Pick the one you want and go from there. Really simple once you've done it a couple of times. Good luck!
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