Kindle DX For Dummies

| September 16, 2013 | 3 Comments

Kindle DX For Dummies

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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

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  1. Wm L. Birch says:
    89 of 94 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Useful – Non Technical, June 10, 2010
    By 
    Wm L. Birch (Los Angeles, CA) –
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    This review is from: Kindle DX For Dummies (Kindle Edition)

    I tried other help-titles and looked at other reviews for the Kindle DX information books but I think this is the most useful. The book presents information on use that is pretty standard, but in a much easier-to-read context. Additional information is provided, like battery life with/without wireless on, how to publish an ebook on Kindle, and how author’s earn money through Kindle publishing. This book’s author points out some deficiencies in the device and some walkarounds when available, which the User’s Guide doesn’t mention or offer. Instructions are presented step-by-step and clear. Reader is presumed to own the device and know some basics — enough to read the purchased book, for instance. Handling/organizing content (files) is covered and since the device is relatively poor in this feature, the information and recommendations are useful. Only 4/5 because the author doesn’t get into more detail on file conversion and the possibilities of converting pdf files to make them available to note taking. Some conversion info is presented, but wrestling with pdf files isn’t gone into much detail. This particular conversion process might be too technical for this book’s scope. If the DX owner needs such info, this isn’t the source. This book also doesn’t cover any of the Global Wireless features of the Global DX.

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  2. Lee Therrien says:
    27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Really needed this!, May 27, 2011
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    This review is from: Kindle DX For Dummies (Kindle Edition)

    The Kindle DX is a rather complicated device. I really needed help & this book is it. It’s well written. The first thing I learned was how to turn the Kindle off. I recommend that you read it through 1st & then read it & work the Kindle along with what you are reading. Am still in the process of figuring the Kindle out, but this book is quite a bit of help.

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  3. Fluclo says:
    15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    More than meets the eye, August 18, 2011
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    Fluclo

    This review is from: Kindle DX For Dummies (Kindle Edition)

    I thought the Kindle was easy to use – just switch on, read, switch off. No, there’s a lot more available to it, and this book helps guide you, as only a “for dummies” book can. A great learning book for those who need it, a great reference guide for the rest.

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