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Old 12-18-2007, 03:00 PM   #1
bchowdhr
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Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Los Angeles
Device: Amazon Kindle
Accessing websites directly on Kindle

Following a tip from Hadrien (Feedbooks.com), I found that it is easier to access the websites I visit, directly by creating a .prc file with links on them. I first created a word file with weblinks and then converted it to a .prc file using Mobicreator. This saves a few clicks by first going to Menu, and then Experimental and then clicking on Bookmarks. Here is a file I created that you can place in the Documents folder on your Kindle and try it yourself. I still don't know how to create links to books and documents on my Kindle itself.
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File Type: prc Kindle Links.prc (3.3 KB, 344 views)

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