kindle readers

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Instructions on How to Operate a kindle readers

The Amazon Kindle pdf is an e-book, newspaper and magazine reader with a bookstore built-in. The Kindle uses a special electronic ink display to render pages from electronic media stored on the device. You can add new media to your Kindle by purchasing it directly from Amazon’s online book store. Your Kindle can connect to the Amazon store and download new content over WiFi. If you have a 3G-ready Kindle, it can also connect over Amazon’s Whispernet service wherever a cellular data signal is available.

Plug the small end of the Kindle reader power cord into the USB/Power port on the bottom of the Kindle. Plug the other end into a wall outlet or a USB port on a computer. Allow the Kindle to continue charging until the charge indicator light on the bottom of the Kindle turns green. learn about kindle reviews here.

Slide the power switch on the bottom of the Kindle to the right and release it to turn the Kindle on. Wait for the Kindle to start up.

Press the “Home” button, then press the “Menu” button. Select “Settings” from the main menu, then select “Wi-Fi Settings.” Select the name of a nearby WiFi network that you want to connect to. The Kindle will automatically prompt you for the network’s passkey if a passkey is required. Type the passkey using the Kindle’s keypad and press “Enter.” If you have a 3G Kindle, you do not need to connect to a WiFi network, but you will be able to browse and download faster if you are connected to one.

Press the “Home” button then press the “Menu” button. Select the “Settings” menu then select “Register.” Type the email address associated with your Amazon account in the “E-Mail Address” field, type your Amazon password in the “Password” field, then select “Submit.” If you purchased your Kindle directly from Amazon, your Kindle should already be registered to you.

Select “Shop in Kindle Store” from the main menu to access the Kindle store. Type the name of the book that you want to buy on the Kindle’s keypad and select “search store” to search for a specific title. Select the book that you want to buy in the search results, then select “Buy” to purchase the book. Your Kindle will automatically download the book that you’ve purchased.

Press the “Home” button to access a list of the media stored on your Kindle. You can select a sort option (“Most Recent First,” “Title,” “Author” or “Collections”) at the top of the home page to change the way your media is sorted. Select an item to begin reading it. Press the “Next Page” and “Previous Page” buttons on either side of the Kindle’s screen to move through the document.

Press the “AA” button on the bottom row of the keyboard to modify the way the text is displayed. Select the appropriate text size, typeface, line spacing and number of words per line in the on-screen menu, then press the “AA” button again to save your changes.

Press the “Menu” button while reading a book to add bookmarks, notes or highlights to a book. You can also use the menu to navigate through the media. Select “Go to…” to skip through the book. You can jump to the table of contents, the cover, the beginning of the book, the end of the book or a specific page number. Press the “Sym” key to enter the page number that you want to jump to.

Slide and release the power switch on the bottom of the Kindle or leave your Kindle alone for ten minutes to allow it to go into sleep mode to save battery power. Slide and hold the power switch to turn your Kindle off.

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