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|Follow these step-by-step instructions to use a Kindle...
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Step 1: Turn on your Kindle. All Kindle models have the power button along the bottom. Some models, like the Kindle Keyboard, use a sliding power button. Others, like the Kindle Fire, require you to press and hold the button.
Step 2: On the Kindle and Kindle Keyboard models, you can navigate through the menu using the directional buttons, also known as the five-way controller, because of the four direction buttons and the "Enter" button in the centre.
Step 3: The first time you use your Kindle, you are prompted to join a wifi network. Using the controls on your Kindle, from Home press the Menu button, and then, using the five-way controller or touchscreen as appropriate, select Settings, Wi-Fi Settings, and scan the list for your home wireless network. Select it, and then enter the password. If you have a device with 3G or 4G, you can miss out this step and use the built-in Whispernet cellular connection, although you may want to add your wireless network later, as it's usually faster.
Step 4: You then need to register your Kindle to an Amazon account. Once again using the controls on your Kindle, from Home, go to Menu, Settings, and then Registration. Specify the Amazon account you want to use for your Kindle:
Step 5: The Kindle comes preloaded with the user’s manual and some dictionaries. You can choose these, or later books from your Kindle library, by either clicking at the centre button of the five-way controller or by tapping on the touch screen.
Step 6: You turn the pages by using the page turning buttons on the left- or right-hand side of the Kindle e-readers, or, on the touch screen versions, by swiping your fingers on the screen, or tapping the right or left sides on the screen.
Step 7: To charge your Kindle, you plug the small micro-B USB end into the Kindle and the normal USB plug end into either the three-pin wall socket adapter that is supplied with the Kindle, or the USB connection of a powered-on PC or laptop. Most USB connection ports can be found on the front of PCs, to the side or at the back of laptops, and on some monitors and keyboards. To find the correct port look for the USB symbol (see right).
Step 8: Amazon makes it easy to buy books in all genres, but there are also many free classics available. Over two million books published before 1923 are now in the public domain, and therefore copyright-free. Many of these, together with other free publications, are available from Amazon.co.uk. Simply search Amazon.co.uk for ‘Free Kindle books’.
Step 9: You can also email personal documents to your registered Kindle devices, supported Kindle reading applications and Kindle Library in the Cloud. From Amazon’s Your Account page, use the drop-down menu to select Manage Your Kindle.
Step 9: If you don't have a wireless connection, you can transfer books, magazines, or newspapers from a computer to your Kindle Keyboard using the USB cable you received with your device. Go to Amazon’s Manage Your Kindle page and click Actions… beside the Kindle content you want to transfer. Select Download & Transfer via USB. From the drop-down menu, select your Kindle and then click Download.
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