whereas the book does exist ?
You can edit the capsule and use the ASIN number from Amazon.
Display Options let you choose between selecting a keyword or an ASIN Id. If you would like to use the Keyword option select Keyword and then click the Keyword Search tab. In the keyword search tab, put in a search term and select a category. This will search Amazon for the search term and list the returning products in the module.
ASIN Ids may also be used. Select ASIN from the Display Option tab and then select the ASIN Search tab. Input the ASIN Ids in the box one per line. ASIN Ids may be found on the Amazon website. Typically the ASIN Id is listed in the Amazon URL on the website in the order of www.amazon.com/product/ASIN/therest. Copy and paste the ASIN from the URL into the box and then click the Preview Amazon Results button.
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