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How To Rename & Add Notes To Text On Kindle And Use Kindle Browser To Browse The Web?

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Are you interested in knowing how to rename and add notes to text on Kindle? If yes, then you will get all the necessary information regarding this today. Also, we will be discussing the steps on how to use the Kindle browser to browse the internet.

The Kindle allows the user to spell out excerpts and add notes to snippets of e-books. The feature is useful for those who study through the device, as it facilitates the highlighting of important parts during reading. One of the good points is the possibility of excluding annotations – a not-so-pleasant process in physical books.

After highlighting or creating your notes, the Amazon e-reader gathers all of your notes and notes automatically into a document for easy location of information. See the systematic tutorial below for how to annotate and annotate your Kindle. The following procedure was performed on a Kindle Paperwhite with the 7th generation operating system (Kindle 5.8.10).

Step 1. Lightly pressing the screen, drag your finger over the portion you want to highlight to select it.

Step 2. If you simply want to highlight the excerpt, simply release the screen and the content will be highlighted.

Step 3. If you want to add a note to the excerpt, click the “Note” option in the menu that will open.

Step 4. The Kindle will open a text box. Type the note you want, and then tap “Save.”

Step 5. To see your notes about the text, simply touch the passage marked in the book itself, or search for the e-book “My Clippings”, created automatically by the Kindle. The feature collects notes made on all documents saved on the device.

Using the Kindle Browser to Access the Internet

Kindle has an experimental browser that allows you to access sites through your device. The browser can be very useful when the user does not have a smartphone or computer nearby. For devices with the free 3G Internet, such as the Paperwhite 3G model, access is restricted to Amazon and Wikipedia pages. However, when connected to a network via Wi-Fi, you can view what you want, respecting the limitations of the application.

The application supports JavaScript, SSL, and cookies, however it is not compatible with flash, Shockwave multimedia effects or Java applets, nor does it play videos. You can also download files in the.AZW, AZW1, AZW3, and, .KFX formats, unprotected (.PRC, .MOBI) and text (.TXT) Mobipocket eBooks, according to the manufacturer’s guide. See, in the following tutorial, how to use the browser in Amazon e-reader.

Step 1. Go to the Kindle homepage. If you are in the middle of reading a book, simply tap the top of the page and then the icon that refers to a house.

Step 2. Already on the home page, go to the symbol represented by three vertical points.

Step 3. In the menu that opens, select the option “Experimental Browser”.

Step 4. If you are not connected to the Wi-Fi network, it will open a list of available networks. Choose the one of your preference.

Step 5. Now just enter the website address in the bar and then press “Enter”.

Step 6. If you want to increase the font of the text, simply drag two fingers from the center of the screen.

Step 7. If you prefer to make the page lighter, you can remove the images. To do this, simply access the three-point vertical icon and then select the “Browser Settings” option.

Step 8. Now touch “Disable images”.

If you want to review the figures on the page, just follow the same path and click on “Activate images”.

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