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Old 01-16-2012, 09:01 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by brewjono View Post
Can only suggest that you take this opportunity to switch over to Calibre.

You can copy all the books you have into it and set Calibre up to create all your collections for you.
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Use Calibre, the Collections Plug-In, and the tools to remove DRM and your future eReading life will be much more stress free.

No, there is no way to mass move books from Amazon to a device. For all their "You can store thousands of books on a device" literature, Amazon really seems to expect their users to only .... download one book, read a book, download another book, read a book

Their system just isn't designed well to easily set-up or manage large libraries all at once. Calibre blows them out of the water in that.
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