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Old 09-08-2013, 04:27 PM   #575
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My xhtml files have references like <a id="page88">. Why can't Kindle just use that to refer to a location of a specific page number?
Are you sure that all the page information is in your original Kindle file? Have you tried completely deleting the book from your device, along with all auxiliary files, and then putting the book back on the device (while keeping the device from connecting to the internet), to check that the page info is still found.
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