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Using Kindle: A Complete Guide to Amazon’s Revolutionary Wireless Reading Devices (Kindle DX, Kindle 2) by Jim Cheshire

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Chapter 2. Reading Content

Although the Kindle offers a wealth of features other than the capability to read books, magazines, newspapers, and blogs, its primary use is as an electronic reading device. Reading content seems like such a simple concept, but the Kindle has plenty of hard-to-find features that can make reading more enjoyable. We cover these features in this chapter.

Reading on the Kindle

When you select an item from the Home screen, the Kindle switches to the Reader screen. When an item is first opened on the Kindle, you might or might not be taken to the first page. (For example, many books open on the first page of Chapter 1 instead of the cover page.) The Kindle saves your last location for each item, so if you open an item ...

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