Quick Tips: Bookmark pages in the Kindle Video
Quick Tips: Bookmark pages in the Kindle Video Transcript
>> Hey I'm Tom Merritt from CNET dot com. Here's a quick tip for bookmarking pages in the Amazon Kindle. The Kindle will take you back to the last page you left every time you go into a book. But let's say you want to mark a page for re-reading or maybe showing to a friend. Scroll down to menu and click scroll to add bookmark and click. The bookmark will be added. Now when you want to find it later, scroll the menu and click, then scroll to go to bookmark and click. A list of your bookmarks will display. Select the right one and click. You can also skip between several bookmarks. Scroll to the progress bar and click. Press the previous page and next page buttons to skip between bookmarks. Scroll away from the progress bar to resume reading when you're finished. I'm Tom Merritt for CNET, look for more Kindle quick tips on CNET TV dot com.
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