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Read PDF files on your Kindle using Kindle/PDF


PDF logo Read PDF files on your Kindle using Kindle/PDF

Having an eReader can be a wonderful thing. You can potentially have access to thousands of books with just a few taps of your finger. However, if you already have some documents that you’d like to read, but aren’t in the right format, it can be something of a headache. One of the biggest pains can be trying to get your Kindle to read a PDF file. If you’ve ran into this issue, you might want to check out Kindle/PDF.

This piece of freeware can be used to easily convert a PDF into a kindle-friendly format. What makes this program special is that it is somewhat intelligent with its conversion. It will actually convert the PDF into a bitmap, then crop the usable areas and assemble them into pages. If you’ve ever tried converting a two-column PDF file, you’ll understand just how useful this could be. You can even convert a batch of PDFs at once, thus saving you the effort of loading them one at a time.

 Read PDF files on your Kindle using Kindle/PDF

Scott – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.



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