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Kindle DX For Dummies

Kindle DX For Dummies
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Making Everything Easier!

Kindle DX for Dummies

Learn to:

  • Make the most of Kindle DX's larger format

  • Navigate the Kindle DX by using the five-way controller, keyboard shortcuts, and the Kindle buttons

  • Manage files on your Kindle DX

  • Create content for your Kindle

A Kindle book on Kindle — find out everything you need to read a whole new way

The Kindle DX does everything a Kindle 2 does — but it adds more bells and whistles, and it's bigger. Now you can view pages vertically or horizontally, read PDF files, and use a QWERTY keyboard layout for typing e-mails. Download your favorite newspapers, get your files organized, and discover all the secrets of the DX with this navigation-friendly e-guide.

  • Understand the basics — use the USB port, connect wirelessly with Whispernet, and see how to register and charge your Kindle

  • Read e-books with ease — adjust the font size, change the column width, mark your place with electronic bookmarks, and discover the many navigation techniques

  • Use Kindle in class — download textbooks, set up a text file or a Google Notebook, and type your class notes on your Kindle

  • Become your own publisher — find out how to publish your own Kindle book

  • Surf's up! — browse the Web, search with Google or Bing, check the weather, read your friends' Twitter® tweets, even shop from your Kindle

  • Get in sync — synchronize your Kindle with your computer, iPhone, or iPod touch®

  • Can we talk? — e-mail, blog, text, tweet, and use Facebook

Open the book and find:

  • How to get online with your Kindle DX

  • Ways to accessorize your Kindle

  • Where to find and download e-books

  • How to set up 1-Click purchasing

  • What you can and can't do with the Basic Web browser

  • How to access e-mail from Gmail, Yahoo!, Mail, Hotmail, and other Web-based accounts

  • How to reboot, recharge, troubleshoot, and keep things running