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Old 02-03-2008, 11:11 PM   #1
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The attached .zip file contains a pdf version of the King James Bible that is designed to overcome some of the TOC limitations of the Sony Reader. As it was designed for a specific platform I can make no representations as to its suitability on any other platform. And since I have no other platform to check it on I probably be unable to address any platform specific problems.
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Old 02-05-2008, 07:16 PM   #2
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The attached .zip file contains a pdf version of the King James Bible that is designed to overcome some of the TOC limitations of the Sony Reader. As it was designed for a specific platform I can make no representations as to its suitability on any other platform. And since I have no other platform to check it on I probably be unable to address any platform specific problems.
Thank you, Deputy for this. It works very well on the Sony Reader and is the best implementation of the Bible I have seen and used so far. Easy to get to a book and chapter. Using the Menu key its only a second or two from the TOC to jump to another book. Very good!
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As expected, no links on the Kindle. Drat -- I was so hoping it would just "work"! The content looks fine once past the indexes. The indexes themselves are in an odd shuffled order. I had to look hard to find Psalms -- it was 3rd or so on the list of Old Testament books But since it didn't link to anywhere in the text, the index didn't really make any difference (order not withstanding!).
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Which would suggest that the PDF reader on the Kindle does not honor the standard tags used by Adobe in Acrobat. But without a Kindle there is simply no way I can properly access the difficulty.
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Old 02-06-2008, 01:34 PM   #5
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Now that I think about it - I recall someone here testing with his Kindle, and deciding that the converter for Word DOC files *does* preserve links (http web links, at least) while the PDF converter does not.
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HUGE thanks DD.
I was hoping I had made the right choice between Sony or Kindle.
The 505 and this forum are a great combo.
I took a gamble on folks coming up with alternative ways to get info on the reader.
I was a little disappointed with how long it took me to move around in the Bible
with the Sony version.
Thanks again for work. EKB

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Old 03-06-2009, 11:32 AM   #7
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Here's a version that works with Kindle2....including links.
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Old 06-01-2009, 02:25 AM   #8
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Hello Deputy Dawg for your PDF King James Version PDF wth index. I purchased the Sony Reader PRS700 because I was watching a friend use it for his sermon notes - he told me he has 1200+ of his sermons on his reader now - I asked him if he had some easy to navigate bibles also on his 700 but he said he hadn't found any that you could navigate easily and he was using his Olive Tree collection of translations on his I Phone for his bible. I was interested in combining it all on my 700. The KJV is my base Bible and I am not a programer but I would like to modify some ePub and BBeB bible files I have purchased (other translations) to have an effective system of going to book/chapter like the KJV that you provided. Could you give me any clues how to start learning and what tools I would need to use?

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