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Old 09-19-2011, 03:20 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Xabache View Post
Could someone write a step by step tutorial for this using kindlestrip. I have tried to follow along but fell flat on my face despite being generally knowledgeable of computers. Step by step please, download this, drag that... Thanks.
Download and install 32-bit (x86) ActivePython from here.
Download the kindlestrip 1.2.zip file. Unzip to give kindlestrip.py
Copy the book you want stripped to the same directory as kindlestrip.
Open a command window
use the cd command to switch to the same directory as kindlestrip
type python kindlestrip.py [BOOKNAME]
where [BOOKNAME] is the name of the ebook to be stripped.
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