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Old 09-11-2010, 06:44 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by matt314159 View Post
IIRC (somebody correct me if i"m wrong) you can bring up your excerpts and all that from a file stored on the kindle and open it right from notepad.
Yes there is a file called Clippings (a text file I believe) which you can copy from the Kindle onto your PC where you can then extract whatever info you like. Notes are extracted into this file from highlights or notes you've made on your own books and also it does work with books you've purchased from Amazon with drm. You can then print it all out when you transfer the file to your pc if you wish.

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