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*Are you running windows ? as Linux has a e-book reader that can be added via the
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On 07/29/2012 02:22 PM, George R. Crossman wrote:
Is there a way to configure my LibreOffice program so that it will read .azw files.

I am trying to download ebooks from my local library to read on my Lindle. The file will download, but refuses to save to the Kindle folder. Instead I get an error message saying that the file cannot be read.

George Crossman

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