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Old 02-08-2013, 05:30 PM   #5
AnemicOak
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Kindle page numbers are related to a specific print edition of a book, that why not all books have page numbers. A hard cover or trade paperback will often have a much different page count than a mass market paperback of the same book, not to mention some books have larger fonts than others or different margins. Lots of things can come into play when talking about a page in print, which will then reflect in the Kindle edition as well due to how page numbers are setup on Kindle.
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