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Getting Started with Your Kindle
1.1 Views of Kindle
Front View
Back View
Top View
Bottom View
1.2 Getting Around
Using the Buttons
Using the Menus
1.3 Entering Text
Lowercase and Uppercase Letters
Numbers, Punctuation, and Symbols
1.4 Status Indicators
Whispernet Status Indicators
Battery Status Indicators
Activity Indicator
Getting to Know Kindle Content
2.1 The Home Screen
Home Screen Features
Show Options
Sort Options
The Home Screen Menu

2.2 Managing Your Content
Removing Kindle Items
More about Managing Items
Reading on Kindle
3.1 Types of Content
Personal Documents
Background Music
3.2 Content Formatting on Kindle
Progress Indicator
Changing the Text Size
Increasing the Size of a Picture
3.3 Moving from Place to Place
Using the Menu to Get Around
Navigating within a Periodical
Selecting Internal Links
Viewing a Table
Reading Across Multiple Kindles
3.4 Looking Up Definitions
The Lookup Feature
3.5 Annotations and Clippings
Using Bookmarks
Using Highlights
Using Notes
Using Clippings
3.6 Listening to Audio Materials
Background Audio
Searching on Kindle
4.1 Introduction to Search
Types of Searches
Performing a Search
4.2 Search Results Page
Search Results for a Specific Item
Search Results for a Definition
4.3 Performing Remote Searches
Searching Wikipedia
Searching the Web
Searching the Kindle Store
The Kindle Store
5.1 Getting Started at the Store
Connecting to the Kindle Store
5.2 Kindle Store Pages
The Kindle Storefront
The Store Menu
Browsing the Store
Getting the Details
Saving Items for Later
5.3 Recommendations, Reviews, and Ratings
Your Recommendations
Looking Up Reviews
Writing Your Own Ratings and Reviews
5.4 Making Purchases
Trying a Sample Book
Buying Your Selections
Returning an Item
Accessing the Web
6.1 Using Basic Web
Entering a URL
Using Bookmarks and Adding Your Own
Using Next Page and Previous Page
Selecting Links, Buttons, and Boxes
Using History
The Basic Web Menu
6.2 Other Features
Text Size
Downloading Files
Basic Web Settings
Settings and Experimental
7.1 Adjusting Your Kindle Settings
Registering or Deregistering Kindle
Personalizing Your Kindle
Choosing Your Primary Dictionary
Changing Automatic Backup
The Settings Menu
7.2 Experimental

Kindle and Your Computer
8.1 Getting Started
System Requirements
Making the Connection
8.2 Handling Files through USB
Managing Your Documents
Transferring Your Clippings
8.3 Converting and Transferring Your Documents
Supported Formats for Conversion
Sending Your Documents for Conversion

8.4 Audiobooks and MP3s
Audiobooks from
Transferring MP3s
Your Kindle and
9.1 Shopping for Kindle Content on
Browsing the Kindle Store
Searching the Kindle Store
Getting the Details
Ordering Content
9.2 Managing Your Kindle on
Managing Your Device
Managing Your Orders
Downloading Content from Your Computer
9.3 Contacting Kindle Support
Kindle Support Web Address
Kindle Support Phone Numbers
Migrating Content to Your New Kindle 2
10.1 Transferring Books

10.2 Transferring Periodical Subscriptions

10.3 Transferring Personal Documents

10.4 Transferring Audiobooks

10.5 Transferring MP3s
Safety Information
Maintaining Your Kindle
One-Year Limited Warranty
Notices and Certifications
Product Specifications

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