All of Amazon’s eBook readers have PDF capabilities. As you might expect, it looks best on the color readers like the Kindle Fire. Additionally the functionality can be cumbersome on some of the readers. If you have further questions, or run into problems installing the guides, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sending the Files
You can either email the file to your Kindle, or copy it via USB cable. The PDF will show up in “Docs” on the home screen. You can find a detailed description of downloading PDFs to your Kindle Fire here.
Kindle Fire now offers solid PDF reading ability and the book looks great on it, but some links may not work in this format. Thanks to reader Laura R., we have this info: “I purchased the app EZ PDF reader for $3.99. I then loaded your book using that instead of Adobe” and the links worked.
Other Kindle Devices
Generally other Kindle eReaders will have a considerably diminished experience reading the guide. You can watch this video to get an idea of how it will work. As the video mentions your results will be “serviceable.” Unfortunately, both internal and external links will not work on these devices either.
Generally it will probably be a more pleasant experience to read them on your computer, or another device. We felt that much of the formatting, the pictures in particular, were important enough to merit using this format and hope that you agree.
Always Download to Your Computer First
This is very important. Even if you don’t plan on reading the e-Book on your home computer, you’ll want to download a version there for safe-keeping. The download link you will receive is good for 5 download attempts or 120 hours, whichever comes first, so you’ll want to make sure you have it somewhere safe where you can hold onto it. Save it to your computer hard drive so that you’ll know where it is the next time you want to access it.