Use study cards in Books on Mac
In some interactive books, the highlights and notes you added are available as study cards that you can use to quiz yourself. If the book has glossary terms, they’re also available as study cards.
In the Books app on your Mac, click Library in the toolbar.
Double-click an interactive book where you added highlights or notes.
Choose View > Show Study Cards.
Or move the pointer to the top of the book, click the Notes button in the toolbar, then click Study.
Move right or left through the cards by clicking the arrows on the sides of each note, swiping across the trackpad, or using the arrow keys.
If you have a lot of study cards, you can filter them to focus on specific ones.
Filter cards by chapter or section: In the top-left corner, click the Table of Contents button , then choose a chapter or section.
Filter cards by highlight: In the top-right corner, click the Highlights button , then select the colors you want to see.
You can also choose to show or hide glossary terms.
Click Flip Card or press the Space bar to see notes you added for highlighted text or any glossary terms.
Tip: Make your quiz more challenging by shuffling the cards. In the top-right corner, click the Shuffle button .