How do you look up words on the nook the one without color?
I'm not sure what this question means. I googled a bit and I think it's something to do with Kindle, which I also don't know much about! So I will be intrigued by any answers you get. (Sorry I'm not much help in this one, but I'm always grateful to learn something).
For the Nook 1st Edition: Tap "Look up word." Tap "Keyboard." Enter the word you want to look up and tap 'Search." Tap "OK" and "Cancel" when you are finished.
The Nook Simple Touch only appears to let you look up words which appear in the text you are reading. to do this, press and hold a word you want to look up, and a menu opens. Select "Look Up."
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