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Learn Overdrive Shortcuts for Windows
Most used Overdrive Shortcuts
|Overdrive Shortcut keys
|Ctrl + D
|Transfer a title to a device
|Ctrl + T
|Burn a title to a CD
|Ctrl + B
|Alt + Enter
|Delete a title
|Close OverDrive window
|Alt + F4
|Play or Pause
|Ctrl + P
|Ctrl + S
|Ctrl + Shift + Left Arrow key
|Ctrl + Shift + Right Arrow key
|Ctrl + Left Arrow key
|Ctrl + Right Arrow key
|Change play speed to “Slow” – 0.6 times normal
|Ctrl + 1
|Change play speed to “Normal”
|Ctrl + 2
|Change play speed to “Fast” – 1.2 times normal
|Ctrl + 3
|Change play speed to “Faster” – 1.4 times normal
|Ctrl + 4
|Change play speed to “Fastest” – 2 times normal
|Ctrl + 5
|Fast forward – 5 times normal
|Ctrl + 6
|Skip back 15 seconds
|Ctrl + Shift + B
|Resume from most recently played point
|Ctrl + Shift + R
|Resume from furthest played point
|Ctrl + Shift + F
|Add a bookmark
|Ctrl + B
|Ctrl + M
|Close the OverDrive Media Explorer window
How do I use Overdrive?
To use Overdrive, you need to have a library card from a participating library. You can then download the Overdrive app on your computer, tablet, or mobile device, and sign in with your library card details to access the available digital content.
What kind of digital content is available on Overdrive?
Overdrive offers a wide range of digital content, including ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, and videos. The content available may vary depending on your library's subscription and licensing agreements.
Can I access Overdrive from multiple devices?
Yes you can access your Overdrive account and borrowed content from multiple devices by signing in with the same account details.
Are there any fees to use Overdrive?
No there are no fees to use Overdrive as long as you have a library card from a participating library.
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