The easiest way is to go to the table of contents and select the next chapter link. You can do this by clicking on menu, then Table of Contents. I don't know of any faster way to do it, but some of the others may.
Yes, if there is a clickable Table of Contents then you are all set. Otherwise....I would use the bookmark feature often. I read on person say that when they start a new book, if the ToC is not clickable, they take the time to find each chapter and bookmark it before reading. Then they can go between bookmarks easily.
I don't see the need to take the time to do this, but if it is helpful to you...
When I am reading a book without a clickable Table of Contents, then I bookmark the chapters as I come to them while reading. If the book is a long one, then I bookmark the major subsections and every 10th chapter. While that won't help with going forward to the next chapter, it certainly helps in going back to the last one.
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