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I want to download book from cd to kindle

Got cd with loads of books on how do i download book onto kindle

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To transfer books from CD to your Kindle you will need to use a computer and connect your Kindle to that computer by USB then copy the books from the CD to the Kindle folder that you can find via Windows Explorer.

See the help information for Transferring files via USB on the Kindle Support web site for further details on doing this.

Posted on Dec 29, 2011

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