Kindle Tips and Tricks
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Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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==== ====For more Kindle tips click herehttp://a51f4aejgbrk4s31ybnjvlub-a.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=17NY3NZN==== ====If you read the Kindle DX reviews, its more or less a mixed bag. Most people eitherembrace the idea or think its one of the stupider things technology has produced. Forthose who have to buy the Kindle reader, it appears they have had an epiphany. This little deviceis beyond another gee whiz toy. It actually does what technology is supposed to do which is madeour lives easier. Here are the best Kindle tips and tricks to take advantage of all this device has to offer.On and Off-No more bookmarks, it automatically keeps your place.Convenience-throw it in yourtote and take off. This is great if you want to find that perfect spot for a good read of if youspend a lot of time waiting.......appointments, kids, etc. Plus the Kindle store has 7000 eBooks thatare free and this is growing everyday.Clock-What time is it? Original Kindle use ALT+T, Kindle2 and Kindle DX -enter "@time" and hitenter in the search box. You get both the date and time. Instant Audiobooks- a great app for the 2nd generation Kindle is a text reader that reads the bookto you. Choose female or male voices and also switch between listening and reading. Thisapp is not supported by all publishers and is not as polished as the professionally done audios.Quick Reference Guide to Shortcuts for Kindle DX-a few highlights Alt+B-bookmark apage Alt+F-go to nexttrack Alt+Space Bar-Playbackground music Press Spacebar tostart or stop playing audiobooks Shift-the UP arrow+Symbol_the SYM key-Starts or Stops the Read To Me feature-text to speech. You can resume ofpause TTS also by pressing the Spacebar Alt+Shift+G-takes a screenshot of the currently displayed screen. Alt+Shift+M-takes you to Minesweeper. To go to Gomuku, then press G Alt+Shift+O-
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