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Old 11-23-2008, 07:48 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by bcull View Post
What if you wanted to print a few pages, say in a workbook or a book of plans, can it be done easily? What is involved in screen capture and transferring to a file on the PC? Is this easy or as cumbersome as it sounds?

Barry
First you mush have an SD card for the screen capture function to work.

- Alt+Shift+G, will create a .gif image of that particular page on your Kindle's SD card
- After capturing all the pages you want, connect the Kindle to your computer with the USB cable
- Your Kindle will be recognized as a mass storage drive. Find your SD card and you'll see all the .gif images you've collected. You can either drag and drop them to the computer or select them all, right click on your selection and choose print from the menu (in Windows - not sure about the Mac)

That's it.
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