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Being an old-age lecturer, at the verge of retirement, and extensive reader, I usually highlight eligible phrases on fiction books and display those through OHP projectors to my students. This age of e-books are really extensive and I find lot more interesting collections on them. Can I take a print out of such phrases from my Kindle? Suggest me a better way to collect those important topics from my Kindle in order for sharing it with my fellas.

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Answered by Sara Bradley
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  • Take the first step by clicking here and logging into your Kindle account to see the notes and highlights that you made.

  • Go to Your Books selection and click on the Highlights to see all the books that you have made notes and highlights.

  • Here you can also edit your notes.

  • Now, choose the book you want to take the notes from.

  • Then select that book and copy the data by doing CTRL+C.

  • Take a Word or Notepad and paste the data by CTRL+V.

  • Now, if you had taken so many notes and it is cluttered, you can edit it. Make the required changes and save the document to take a print out.

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