Converting PDFs for the Kindle

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The PDF conversion is better than advertised in my experience. I converted a 400+ page PDF and it reads beautifully on the Kindle. The limitations are that 1) the converted document does not offer a Table of Contents that the Kindle recognizes and that 2) the navigation aids in the original document, like section indicators, are missing. The converted document is easy to read but difficult to move around in. I set some bookmarks as I scanned through the text to make it easier to find my place.

  1 comment for “Converting PDFs for the Kindle

  1. Jack Smith
    December 10, 2008 at 10:50 am

    hi.good to hear that you got your files converted correctly into kindle. but Converting complicated pdf file to kindle format which mainly consists of tables and images is quite tough as Amazon is still in experimental stage to make it perfect, but very recently, ebookconversion.com, I came across one website which provide ebook conversion service along with kindle ebook conversion at very affordable rates, mostly for the PDF ebook which consists of tables and images which are quite tough to convert them to ebook format such as mobipocket, kindle or MS reader, but I have found that the above ebook conversion company converts these type of ebooks in more profession and efficient way at very reasonable rate.

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