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Old 10-22-2010, 09:09 AM   #1
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Join Date: Jul 2010
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Device: Kindle 3 WiFi - Kindle DX (B004)
Post A Notepad for Kindle & Kindle DX

EduKindle Notepad – a simple pages for your Kindle that provides you with a place to create and save personal notes for your Kindle – you can also get instructions on how to use EduKindle Notepad by downloading the Notepad Instructions file and transferring it to your Kindle with the Notepad file – when you open Notepad, you will see a note icon next to the title at the top – click on the Menu and select “My Notes and Marks” to read the Notepad instructions – you can then delete the note if you wish!

Main website:
http://edukindle.com/2010/09/notepad...r-ideas-handy/

Direct Download link:
EduKindle-Notepad.prc

You can create your own notes file (like EduKindle Notepad) to write your daily notes.

Our question now is:
Is Kindle really appropriate for the codification of the diary notes and everyday tasks ?

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